• During years of solitude in an Alsatian village following the end of a relationship, Frank Beauvais found solace in the screen by watching films obsessively. He then crafted an audiovisual diary by editing shots of the films he was devouring.
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  • At once sobering and heady, Mohammad Rasoulof’s brilliant anthology film offers a humanistic reflection on the exacting social, psychological, and emotional toll of taking another’s life. The four stories that comprise There Is No Evil offer variations on the crucial themes of moral strength and the death penalty, asking to what extent individual freedom can be expressed under a despotic regime and its seemingly inescapable threats.
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