By Julia Bacha
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A film taken from a book by a white guy who knew an African leader – sounds familiar?
Three Florida sisters with very different lives, all seeking love.
It’s only a feature film, and it’s shot in black and white, but City of Life and Death is an intense, indelible experience.
Trapero looks at the culture in a small Argentinean prison showing life in the moment.
This is a haunting and sometimes upsetting film – with little dialogue but great authenticity and power.
This documentary raises the bar in not only looking good, but in putting it all in context.