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‘The Death of Cinema and My Father Too’: Cannes Film Review


Alissa Simon Film CriticQuelle surprise. The Cannes 2020 label anoints two Israeli films from male directors, both about father-son relationships and grieving.

The superior by a country mile is the seamlessly accomplished “Here We Are” from veteran helmer-writer Nir Bergman. And then there is the grandiosely titled “The Death of Cinema and My Father Too,” an ambitious, low-budget exercise from feature debutant Dani Rosenberg that offers a sometimes artful but more often self-indulgent mashup of.

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