Spring Breakers can still be enjoyed as a pure hallucinatory trip, devoid of any real-world relevance. But looks are deceiving, even limiting.
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Matthew Eng is a film writer based in Brooklyn. He has previously contributed to the Criterion Collection, Film Comment, Reverse Shot, and The Threepenny Review.
"In the real world, not the movie world, there was just a lot of support amongst all the girls on set."
"I think all of my characters, even Kate in 45 Years, are the same. They are isolated people—and they are outsiders."
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Andrea Arnold is forging a kind of egalitarian filmmaking, where the individual efforts of each and every collaborator pull equal weight.