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Film Review - Yosemite


It’s important to note that “Yosemite” is based on a few short stories conceived by James Franco and writer/director Gabrielle Demeestrere. The picture doesn’t have shape, it has ideas and moments, with only a vague tethering of characters to help acclimate audiences to the experiences at hand. Demanding a more fluid moviegoing mind, “Yosemite” is ideal for those who enjoy atmosphere and a distant sense of conflict, with Demeestrere handling the material as test of exploration, not necessarily drama. It’s an interesting effort with a clear portrait of pre-adolescent curiosity, but it’s not something to be viewed casually, as the feature’s patience with tone takes some getting used to. Read the rest at


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