Love, Antosha is a celebration of Anton Yelchin’s life, and though he passed away over three years ago, his loss is still deeply felt among his fans, friends and family. With that pain in hand, it’s easy to excuse oneself from watching this documentary, but that would be a miscalculation. Ultimately life affirming and inspiring, this project delivers an evocative and insightful look at one of cinema’s most talented artists.
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Opening February 19, The Witch is the heralded debut of filmmaker Robert Eggers, who received the Directing Award at the 2015 Sundance Film Festival. The movie is also filed with excellent performances, as newcomer Anya Taylor-Joy delivers stunning work as Thomasin, a teenage girl in 1630 New England who may “possess” an inextricable bond with a mysterious figure in the forest.
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