Review: 'Lux Æterna'

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Gaspar Noé's latest provocation, the experimental movie-within-a-movie Lux Æterna, is now playing in select theaters, and is scheduled to screen this weekend at the Webster University Film Series. Critic Andrew Wyatt has a review:

"Conceived, written, and shot over just a few weeks, Lux Æterna nonetheless feels like an authentic and incisive glimpse into the world of a calamitous film production. Whereas Christopher Guest’s show-business satires always have a measure of affectionate warmth, Noé’s version of the same has an appropriately dry Gallic bite."

Read on at CSL's The Lens.