This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
What the Safdie brothers did here is beautiful. They throw you in this world of homelessness and drug addiction, problems over problems, they trap you in it and totally immerse you. They don't hold anything back or prettify it, show you this world in all it's grittiness, but still, and this is where I think this film makes itself stand out, very earnestly focus on the beauty in it. I love how although the scenery is far from pretty, every…
Kaufman's debut novel Antkind is the stronger of the two works he released this year.
Kaufman's scripts are famously bonkers and have always gone to the extremes of a story you could tell in a major film production, but for his first novel he purposefully set out to go even further and write something so absurd and over-the-top it could never be adapted. It all begins with a film critic who sees a 9 months long film which changes his…