Ema – Review

There is a glorious subsection of films that looks into the evocative and profound world of dance. Whilst more mainstream hits such as Magic Mike and Step Up do venture into more titillating entertainment, there are movies like And Then We Danced and Mari resonate with us across the boundaries. Whilst albeit a little self-indulgent, Pablo Larraín’s Ema is a stirring piece, using dance to … Continue reading Ema – Review