‘All Light, Everywhere’ Review: Fascinating, Fraught and Sinister Essay on the Unreliability of the Image

A highly persuasive film about how we should be wary of film’s power to persuade, Theo Anthony’s discursive and disturbing “All Light, Everywhere” is a superb if sinister example of how the outwardly modest essay format can deploy arguments that challenge us to unpick our most basic assumptions. Here, it’s the idea that a thing […]

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