Miranda July’s best film yet offers a wealth of riches

Editor’s Note: This review originally ran as part of our 2020 Sundance Film Festival coverage, and we’re reposting it this week with the film hitting streaming services. Revisit all of our Sundance 2020 coverage.

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If this year’s Sundance had a lesson for returning filmmakers, it would have been this: Evolve or die. Those that did, such as Sean Durkin (whose fantastic feature The Nest I, unfortunately, won’t be

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