Sam Staley | Tuesday November 21, 2017 at 12:43 PM PDT | Comments Off on Review: The Florida Project Shines Light on Underbelly of American Labor Market
The Florida Project, a brilliant new film by director/screenwriter Sean Baker (Tangerine, Take Out) explores the precarious world of people living just a few dollars short of homelessness through the ears and eyes of six-year olds. Baker balances adult desperation and childlike optimism, an enigmatic blend that creates a gripping story centering on an...
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Mary Theroux | Thursday March 7, 2013 at 11:03 AM PDT | 5 Comments
The U.S. military is increasingly putting a feminine face forward in its ads and PR (for example, the bright smiling faces flanking Mrs. Obama at the Oscars). The Navy’s outreach to women proclaims: What’s it like being a woman in today’s Navy? Challenging. Exciting. Rewarding. But above all, it’s incredibly empowering. That’s because the...
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