THE WAIT – Review by Nadine Whitney

F. Javier Gutiérrez takes the audience through what at first appears to be a dusty neo-western, then a revenge film, and finally an occult horror. The Wait is a muscular and particularly masculine film where the often-silent protagonist goes through a Dantean journey redolent with grief, guilt, and incipient madness. Dust, blood, and ingrained dirt saturate the film.

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EVE HESSE, GAYBE BABY, THE WAIT, MOTHER’S DAY and more Apr 29 Openers — Reviews by Jennifer Merin

This week’s crop of femme-helmed and femme-centric films includes compelling documentaries about the life and work of avant guard artist

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