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  • @woahitsjuanito
    19 November, 2018

    RT @reverendtoller: THE LOBSTER is a legitimately moving movie and is also funny. 2 me.

  • @woahitsjuanito
    19 November, 2018

    @reverendtoller yes, good, thank you

  • @woahitsjuanito
    19 November, 2018

    What’s most exciting is seeing Lanthimos approach a film with a much “warmer”/intimate DP instead of his usual dist… https://t.co/yCRvn0gd6E

  • @woahitsjuanito
    19 November, 2018

    THE FAVOURITE: A queer period tragicomedy made specifically for my depressive bitter soul. Oh, the aches of love, s… https://t.co/wrPOf0ezTz

  • @woahitsjuanito
    18 November, 2018

    RT @cadenmgardner: Been extremely privileged to write about films that I cherish, whether an underground avant-garde classic or a film with…

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Juan Antonio Barquin

Juan Antonio Barquin

Juan Antonio Barquin co-runs a film criticism site, Dim the House Lights, and works as an arts writer for New Times. He aspires to be Bridget Jones and loves genre flicks.

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