Fall Back September 30, 2017

Don’t worry, Daylight Saving Time is still more than a month away. The title refers to a schedule modification. I’ve been going to sleep and waking up later in recent weeks and I’ve more often than not blown my self-imposed 11 AM deadline as a result. So expect updates an hour or so later, at noon or 1 PM Pacific from now on.

New Releases
Lucky (John Carroll Lynch, United States, 2017, 13 reviews)
Autumn, Autumn (Jang Woo-jin, South Korea, 2016, 9 reviews)
Super Dark Times (Kevin Phillips, United States, 2017, 6 reviews)

NYFF/TIFF 2017
Custody (Xavier Legrand, France, 4 reviews)
Before We Vanish (Kiyoshi Kurosawa, Japan, 4 reviews)
Last Flag Flying (Richard Linklater, United States, 7 reviews)
Turtles Are Always Home (Rawane Nassif, Qatar, 4 reviews)
Tonsler Park (Kevin Jerome Everson, United States, 4 reviews)

Cinema of the Past
The Piano Teacher (Michael Haneke, France/Austria, 15 reviews)

New Pages Added This Week (18)
Last Flag Flying (Richard Linklater, United States, 2017)
Le Fort des Fous (Narimane Mari, France/Algeria, 2017)
Brown and Clear (Kevin Jerome Everson, United States, 2017)
Pixilation (Anne Charlotte Robertson, United States, 2017)
Wasteland No. 1 – Ardent, Verdant (Jodie Mack, United States, 2017)
Turtles Are Always Home (Rawane Nassif, Qatar, 2016)
The Little Hours (Jeff Baena, United States, 2017)
Tonsler Park (Kevin Jerome Everson, United States, 2017)
The Price of Success (Teddi Lussi-Modeste, France, 2017)
Arrhythmia (Boris Khlebnikov, Russia, 2017)
The Profession of Arms (Ermanno Olmi, Italy, 2001)
The Son’s Room (Nanni Moretti, Italy, 2001)
Super Dark Times (Kevin Phillips, United States, 2017)
Blade Runner 2049 (Denis Villeneuve, United States, 2017)
Strangely Ordinary This Devotion (Dani Leventhal, United States, 2017)
Rose Gold (Sara Cwynar, United States, 2017)
Alexander Nevsky (Sergei Eisenstein, Soviet Union, 1938)
Song of the Exile (Ann Hui, Hong Kong, 1990)

Images: Lucky, Turtles Are Always Home, The Piano Teacher

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