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This has the distinction of being the first Great Film* I saw in a theater since the pandemic began, and having that realization as the credits started rolling made me weep, because on some level I must have feared I might never have that experience again. So, like: Hallelujah.
This movie is alive in a way that makes so many other recent documentaries feel dead. Instead of depicting the past through the limited critical viewpoints of the present, Haynes creates…