Berlinale #5: ‘Golden Exits’ review

“Slowly we’re brought into a film through in-between spaces; Brooklyners out for their afternoon strolls lit by near-‘golden hour’ evening light underscored by leisurely relaxing piano notes which unfurl with calm and a lingering hint of mystery. The film is Golden Exits, the fifth feature by 32-year-old American independent wunderkind director Alex Ross Perry…”

So begins my review, which you can read in full over at Photogenie.

I also caught and wrote about his previous feature Queen of Earth at the 2015 Berlinale.

In case you haven’t already, be sure and check out my two interviews from this year’s Berlinale.

You can see a ranked list of everything I saw during the fest over on Letterboxd.

+MLP+

 

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