The Last Film

The Last Film ★★★½

Everything is dying. It's a truism that all cultural expression is a faint shadow of what it was a mere 20 or 30 years ago, that we're in a perpetual state of decline. As a result, one of the dominant themes of contemporary arts discourse is the Death of This and the Death of That. Some of this is more of the same nostalgia talking — that sense that once upon a time, more people read poetry, attended experimental one-act plays, and debated the relative merits of Sibelius over Rachmaninoff.

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