Operation Kino 109 Review: The Pigs, Worms And Malick Influences Of Upstream Color

By Operation Kino 2013-04-12 10:17:41discussion comments
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What do the pigs mean? How about the worms? Did he survive the same trauma that she did? Does the Foley recording have anything to do with the kidnapping and the surgery? Those are just a handful of questions we wound up asking about Upstream Color, and we attempt to solve them as we review the new film from Shane Carruth, with film critic-about-town Sam Adams (of The AV Club, the Philadelphia City Paper, Time Out NY and more) to help us out. All that plus your answers to our lightning round question about biopics.

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