Review: Laurence Anyways

(Xavier Dolan, 2012)

The latest from diligent Québécois auteur Xavier Dolan, whose previous two films I Killer My Mother and Heartbeats opened to a mixture of acclaim and premature heckles, Laurence Anyways is another flamboyant and gorgeously dressed spin through sexual identity crises and gender legislation. Here Dolan’s eye veers away from his previous cinematic treatments towards a topic altogether broader and more far-reaching. (Continue reading here)

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