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Planning Coincidence: The Game (1997)

The Game is a mind-bending metaphor for the bizarre and dirty side of American life where everything’s coincidence and everything’s destiny. A Titanic-sized ship couldn’t house the newspaper clippings about the corruption through bad business practices that have come to … Continue reading

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Harris Savides (1957-2012)

Working with some of America’s most challenging directors, such as Van Sant, Fincher, and Baumbach, Harris Savides created a diverse palette of provocative images. Defying any one style, what always struck me about Savides’ work was his unique ability to … Continue reading

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