Amongst Steven Soderbergh’s singular skills as a filmmaker is his uncanny ability to read the market—a knack for predicting the course of cinema and preemptively adjusting his working methods, and the films he makes, accordingly. Read More
In Knick, the body is mystery meat. Squelching and sticky, it has a reality that repels abstraction and houses a dark disorder that wrecks any pretensions to mastery. Read More