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The new film by Olivier Assayas, “Summer Hours,” is a swansong to possessions and an étude on nostalgia. It is a film that beautiful embodies its yearning in the viewer, but one that ultimately leaves him unsatisfied with le matérialisme en tant que matérialisme.

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  • For most it'd be dangerous to drive after seeing M:I: Rogue Nation, that's why I got my wife to take the wheel when I climbed onto the roof. 11 hours ago
  • I'm not saying God didn't create the world in six days, but I am saying that Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation only just now came out... 12 hours ago
  • RT @wordlust: I wouldn't trade my family for anything! Anything I've been offered so far. But keep those offers coming. I'm not made of sto… 12 hours ago
  • I don't complain about gas prices. It comes from across the world miles below the surface. But milk comes from aboveground cows in Wisconsin 20 hours ago
  • Father forgive me for I have accidentally introduced my children to Mmmbop. 1 day ago

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