Pondering Amir Motlagh’s 2018 MAN in 2021

Amir Motlagh’s MAN is a beautifully shot, prescient meditation on the nature of the human experience and of connectedness in increasingly disconnected times. The film moves through a mantra of daily activities before accelerating towards an emotionally impactful ending. I’m going to admit I wasn’t expecting to emotionally connect with this film the way I did, but the impact of the movie left me in tears, grateful for…

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I write about cannabis, independent movies, tarot, and more. Insider Newsletter: somewhatcyclops.substack.com Contact me: jamietoth@protonmail.com

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