Saturday, 31 March 2018

The Antelope Valley Trilogy: "Lake Los Angeles"

The conclusion to the Antelope Valley trilogy is quietly but powerfully attuned to other sides of the Californian dream: That of the Spanish-speaking population, legal and illegal, deeply enmeshed in the state's social and economic life. Another of Ott's touching paeans to the human need to connect.
The conclusion to the Antelope Valley trilogy is quietly but powerfully attuned to other sides of the Californian dream: That of the Spanish-speaking population, legal and illegal, deeply enmeshed in the state's social and economic life. Another of Ott's touching paeans to the human need to connect. Film of the Day

Lake Los Angeles

Mike Ott, 2014

The conclusion to the Antelope Valley trilogy is quietly but powerfully attuned to other sides of the Californian dream: That of the Spanish-speaking population, legal and illegal, deeply enmeshed in the state's social and economic life. Another of Ott's touching paeans to the human need to connect.

 

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