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How many times have you watched a movie where the plot revolved around…  well, making a movie? From Fellini’s 8 ½ to Spike Jonze’s Adaptation, it’s a storytelling trope to which filmmakers are constantly drawn. There are also hundreds

As much as we thrill with stories of heroism and valor, there’s just something inherently compelling about a bad guy. From Hannibal Lecter to Walter White to Tony Soprano, popular culture is rife with examples of monstrous, morally-bereft characters committing

Whether it’s a convoluted political thriller, a completely ridiculous erotic melodrama, a gripping documentary, or a nauseatingly banal romantic comedy, one of the most powerful aspects of visual storytelling is its ability to plunge the viewer

Last time around, we discussed the harrowing (and excellent) documentary El Vecino Alemán, which used the true story of Adolf Eichmann — one of the key figures in masterminding the Holocaust that fled to Argentina and lived a life