Jan 22, 2013
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Shane Carruth’s ‘Upstream Color’ is a trippy, sci-fi take on the forces that bind us together
The ‘Primer’ director is back with his first film in nine years: think of it as Terrence Malick-meets-Trent Reznor: abstract, brooding, moody, at times graphic. Ross Miller reviews.

Shane Carruth’s ‘Upstream Color’ is a trippy, sci-fi take on the forces that bind us together

The ‘Primer’ director is back with his first film in nine years: think of it as Terrence Malick-meets-Trent Reznor: abstract, brooding, moody, at times graphic. Ross Miller reviews.

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