Zosha Millman dives deep into David Lowery's latest film, The Green Knight, with special guests Fran Hoepfner and Kelsey Ford.
The richness with which I, Claudius renders the character of its underdog—the good and the bad, the inconsistent and the inexplicable—leads us to the deepest, thorniest questions about our place in history, and how things happen (or don’t) in turbulent times.
The wind breathes over tall grass, gently brushing each blade. Insects chirp in the distance, forming a chorus over the hillside. These are the first sounds in A Hidden Life, the longest entry in Terrence Malick's catalog of existential, earth-gazing films.