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We chatted about one of Netflix’s biggest films ever. (Spoilers ahead.)
“Someone once told me that my work is like that of an anthropologist, finding things and symbols that are from that time and comparing them to how they feel today.”
“I've invested too much hope only to be burned. I'm not going to hold stock in the future anymore.”
The media allowed misinformation to frame “debates” about trans identity and race in education. That has to change.
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The newest Marvel movie had one of the biggest opening weekends in history. Does it live up to the hype? (Spoilers ahead.)
From the new HBO adaptation of Station Eleven to a Showtime show about cannibalism.
“I think it’s possible to acknowledge that you have benefited from a system that’s unequal without feeling shame or even guilt from it.”
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Spoilers: We unpack the explosive finale.
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