Alex Garland's adaptation of James VanderMeer's book tells us what it is to be a human instead of a human being.
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The Coen Brothers' No Country For Old Men makes a dramatic comment on the morality of Darwinism.
Caden Cotard wrestles with a psychosis that shouldn't be too unfamiliar to us.
Toy Story may just be a children's film, but just as it's been since the beginning of oral storytelling, the tales we tell our children are deeper than we might think.
The Truman Show asks us what happens when you're confronted with the absurd.
Krzysztof Kieslowski makes an argument on Freedom that runs counter (or perhaps parallel) to western thought.
Sorrentino prompts us to decide how we should live our lives.
In Neruda, Pablo Larrain tells the story of how a modern legend is created.