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everyone in that crowd looks like their life is peaking in real time. it’s like watching Jesus feed the five thousand like how can you even BEGIN to recover from witnessing this. half expected this to end with each audience member individually ascending into heaven
an unholy mixture of both nihilism and optimism that only claire denis could pull off. it's a literal dog-eat-dog world out there, and the awful events happening in this film (systemic abuse of prisoners, rape, negative health effects from radiation, deadly experimentation) are happening every day in real life. in one early scene, the ethical implications of sending prisoners on a suicide mission to a black hole are reduced to dispassionate conversations between citizens on Earth, much like our reality.…