“Best of Criterion’s New Releases, April 2020”

Revisiting Miranda July’s Me and You and Everyone We Know taught me an important lesson: I really don’t like Me and You and Everyone We Know. I admire people who do, and the supplemental features are enriching for even those of us who think the movie has, uh, flaws, we’ll say gently.

do, however, like Juraj Herz’s The Cremator, because it’s Czech but it feels French, and it’s dark, the black and white photography is beautiful, and, well, I’m a sucker for dark-as-pitch World War II stories.

You can read the full breakdown of April’s Criterion slate over at Paste Magzine.

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