Posts by Blaise Radley

Climbing the company ladder means a lot of bootlicking in I Was Born, But…

By Blaise Radley

Ninety years on, Yasujirō Ozu’s silent comedy about familial disillusion still makes salient points about life under capitalism.

How capitalism breeds blue-collar burnout in Thief

By Blaise Radley

In Michael Mann’s scorching debut, James Caan chases a dream he knows he can never achieve.

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