Crimson staff writer
The unassuming film pulses with a quiet, ruminative love for "Honolulu, to Kaimukī, and to the AAPI community" and the stories they carry.
Writer and director Adamma Ebo’s bleak, biting satire is a kinetic and often riotous critique of the socioeconomic rituals and artifices surrounding organized religion.
The delicate, heartfelt film is steadfastly clear-eyed in its message and empathetic in its exploration of sexual self-empowerment at all ages.
Three big queer cheers for “Am I Ok?”, a poignant coming-of-age-ish dramedy that knows its wheelhouse, commits to form, and hits all the right beats.
A fictionalized account of the real Chicago-area underground abortion network called the Jane Collective, the film makes for an entertaining, impassioned piece of filmmaking.
The Crimson caught up with Jagoda last month after their elimination and discussed gameplay, the history of queer representation on the show, going from Harvard to “Survivor,” turtle migrations, and more.
I fear that my legacy in the eyes of the 151s, the 150s, and even, woefully, the beloved incoming execs of the 149th Guard has become inextricable from one horrible, wonderful television series about a high school show choir in Ohio.
Mitski is nothing if not a master of amplification through recursion, of making us sing along to the suffocating passage of time.