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LORE Saskia Rosendahl

“Lore” is a post-WWII picture, but don’t let the relative familiarity of the setting fool you. This is a powerful, sensorial effort to understand the mentality of hate and its programmed origins, mixed with a survival story set during a dark period of countrywide evaluation. Exceptionally crafted by director Cate Shortland, “Lore” is a film of few words but contains robust atmosphere, sifting through the pieces of soulful wreckage with an unflinching concentration on the erosion of routine and the bitter challenges of truth, using a quaking Malickian visual sense of nature and intimate struggle to bring a troubling tale of acceptance to the screen. Read the rest at


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