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September 7, 2018

‘Fistful Of Dirt’: Sebastián Silva’s Latest Is A Post-Hurricane Maria Tragic Fable [Telluride Review]

Fistful of Dirt‘Fistful Of Dirt’: Sebastián Silva’s Latest Is A Post-Hurricane Maria Tragic Fable [Telluride Review]

Known for an affinity of making uncomfortable, challenging provocations about alienation, class, and privilege, ever since 2009’s critically acclaimed, “The Maid,” Hollywood stars like Kristen Wiig, Micheal Cera, Juno Temple, and Emily Browning, have lined up to work with Chilean filmmaker Sebastián Silva. The Brooklyn-based writer/director, who tends to work at a quick clip, already has one 2018 film in the can: Sundance’s ensemble “Tyrel” poking the hornet’s nest about race and white ignorance.

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