The Long Week Closes: Deep Breath August 19, 2017

There’s a Locarno section below. I missed Lucky in last week’s column, so it’s been added this week.

New Releases
Logan Lucky (Steven Soderbergh, United States, 2017, 8 reviews)
Marjorie Prime (Michael Almereyda, United States, 2017, 10 reviews)
Crown Heights (Matt Ruskin, United States, 2017, 5 reviews)
The Wound (John Trengove, South Africa, 2017, 7 reviews)

Locarno 2017
Milla (Valérie Massadian, France, 5 reviews)
Mrs. Fang (Wang Bing, China, 4 reviews)
Mrs. Hyde (Serge Bozon, France, 4 reviews)
Lucky (John Carroll Lynch, United States, 4 reviews)

Cinema of the Past
Meantime (Mike Leigh, United Kingdom, 1984, 4 reviews)
Hopscotch (Ronald Neame, United States, 1980, 4 reviews)
The Set-Up (Robert Wise, United States, 1949, 7 reviews)
The Passenger (Michelangelo Antonioni, Italy/Spain/France, 1975, 14 reviews)
Come Drink with Me (King Hu, Hong Kong, 1966, 5 reviews)

Pages Added This Week (23)
Full Frontal (Steven Soderbergh, United States, 2002)
And Everything Is Going Fine (Steven Soderbergh, United States, 2010)
The Piano Teacher (Michael Haneke, France/Austria, 2001)
The Savage Innocents (Nicholas Ray, United States, 1960)
The Chalk Garden (Ronald Neame, United Kingdom, 1964)
Pale Flower (Masahiro Shinoda, Japan, 1964)
Logan Lucky (Steven Soderbergh, United States, 2017)
Mrs. Fang (Wang Bing, China, 2017)
Winter Brothers (Hlynur Palmason, Denmark, 2017)
Godspeed (Chung Mong-hong, Taiwan, 2016)
One-Way Ticket to Love (Masahiro Shinoda, Japan, 1960)
Youth in Fury (Masahiro Shinoda, Japan, 1960)
Mansfield 66/67 (P. David Ebersole & Todd Hughes, United States, 2017)
My Face Red in the Sunset (Masahiro Shinoda, Japan, 1961)
Tears on the Lion’s Mane (Masahiro Shinoda, Japan, 1962)
Assassination (Masahiro Shinoda, Japan, 1964)
With Beauty and Sorrow (Masahiro Shinoda, Japan, 1965)
Scary Mother (Ana Urushadze, Georgia, 2017)
Freedom (Jan Speckerbach, Germany/Slovakia, 2017)
9 Doigts (F.J. Ossang, France, 2017)
The First Lap (Kim Dae-hwan, South Korea, 2017)
Contagion (Steven Soderbergh, United States, 2011)

Images: Logan Lucky, Milla, Meantime.

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