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On “Being Real”: 5 Reasons You Can’t Miss 'Cronies' at NEXT FEST
There is a millennial-borne obsession with “being real” that deserves to be checked, and Cronies is the perfect film to do the checking. Michael J. Larnell’s stark ode to St. Louis is an earnest depiction of a day in the life of three friends as they rove aimlessly through their hometown smoking “squares,” pursuing girls, and testing their luck.
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Crystal Moselle Traces The Reclusive, Cinema-Obsessed Lives of 'The Wolfpack' Boys
Seven children — six brothers and one sister, all with waist-length black hair — who are being raised on welfare in a crowded, untidy apartment on Manhattan’s Lower East Side. The surprise here is that they weren’t allowed to leave for 17 years due to their Hare Krishna father’s fear of the outside world. So they created their own.