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Film Review - Zeros and Ones


“Zeros and Ones” is only notable due to its strangeness. It’s the latest from writer/director Able Ferrara, who’s been working steadily over the last decade, making movies few have seen, and usually joined by Willem Dafoe. Ferrara doesn’t aim for a wider audience with his new picture, but he does hire Ethan Hawke as his lead actor, and he talks the star into contributing a video conference intro to the picture. This is a highly unusual idea, but “Zeros and Ones” isn’t here to please anyone. Hawke details his excitement over a chance to make cinema with Ferrara, responding to the artistry of the helmer’s previous endeavors. It’s a calculated move to explain what the feature is and what kind of character he’s playing, as Hawke’s brief offering of illumination is the last bit of light to be found in this lifeless, pointless commentary on the state of politics, art, and religion. Read the rest at


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