The film is implicit but not outright explicit that Hoffa’s “disappearance” was the beginning of the end for US labor power in both perception/public relations and grip on the American workforce. Personal vendettas and pride poisoned things beyond repair between the mob and unions that were always combustible but formed their relationship in mining through oversight of the US gov’t and big business interests who, regardless of how powerful labor was in this period were still more powerful than any…
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Aw yes, the only trans girl in Belgium (seriously there's no other trans people who exist in this movie) who wants to achieve being a ballerina, the model of ultimate femininity. Our ballerina Lara- who's played by a dude- has a lot of wear and tear on her, starting with her feet that she labors on. Don't forget that. You cannot possibly forget that. You get closeups of those feet so many times. Almost the amount of times you see…