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"The Ballad of Narayama" is a Japanese film of great beauty and elegant artifice, telling a story of startling cruelty. What a space it opens…

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Tomris Laffly

Tomris Laffly

Tomris Laffly is a freelance film writer and film critic based in New York. She regularly contributes to Time Out New York, Film Journal International, Film School Rejects and RogerEbert.com, and her byline has appeared in Indiewire, Variety and Vulture, among other outlets. She has a special interest in the awards season and women in film, covers various film festivals throughout the year including New York Film Festival, Sundance and Telluride and tweets from @TomiLaffly.



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Troop Zero

(2020)

Three Christs

(2020)

Little Women

(2019)

Invisible Life

(2019)

Portrait of a Lady on Fire

(2019)

The Wolf Hour

(2019)

Hala

(2019)

Last Christmas

(2019)

Harriet

(2019)

Frankie

(2019)

Tell Me Who I Am

(2019)

The King

(2019)

Villains

(2019)

What You Gonna Do When the World's on Fire?

(2019)

Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark

(2019)

This Is Not Berlin

(2019)

For Sama

(2019)

Crawl

(2019)

Firecrackers

(2019)

Midsommar

(2019)

Annabelle Comes Home

(2019)

Burn Your Maps

(2019)

American Woman

(2019)

In the Aisles

(2019)