Infectious word of mouth says this is a … comedy + horror resulting a wild ride of raucous fun. Cheesy makeup effects, cliche character development, and loads of throwback lines …
THROUGH THE NIGHT is a bewitching, beguiling cinéma vérité, fly-on-the-wall picture perfect film about the lives of the owners and customers of a grassroots New Rochelle, New York, 24-hour day care center. It’s lensed by a filmmaker who wants to flood pop culture “with beautifully complex portrayals of the lives of working-class women of color” and their families who stoically draw on “titanic strength, love, and selflessness” in the menacing face of racism and sexism and the inequality of American capitalism.
Review by Gregg W. Morris
Opens tomorrow, December 11, 2020 in multiple virtual cinemas.
Karen Dalton – In My Own Time
Released 2013-07-05 on Light In The Attic
1. 00:00:00 Karen Dalton Something on Your Mind
2. 00:03:23 Karen Dalton When a Man Loves a Woman
3. 00:06:22 Karen Dalton In My Own Dream
4. 00:10:40 Karen Dalton Katie Cruel
5. 00:13:02 Karen Dalton How Sweet It Is
6. 00:16:45 Karen Dalton In a Station
7. 00:20:37 Karen Dalton Take Me
8. 00:25:17 Karen Dalton Same Old Man
9. 00:28:02 Karen Dalton One Night of Love
10. 00:31:21 Karen Dalton Are You Leaving for the Country
The late Karen Dalton has been the muse for countless folk rock geniuses, from Bob Dylan to Devendra Banhart, from Lucinda Williams to Joanna Newsom. Legendary singer Lacy J. Dalton actually adopted her hero’s surname as her own when she started her career in country music.
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