Mangrove: #LFF20 Review

Steve McQueen has one of the most impressive resumes of any working British filmmaker. The man skillfully and consistently conveys enthralling, hard-hitting messages via the most visceral of filmmaking ability. “Shame” (2011) tapped into the devastating effects of addiction with unparalleled voyeurism, and “12 Years a Slave” (2013) still ranks among the most brutally direct exposures of evil practices. His previous film, “Widows” (2018), opened the 62nd London Film Festival, and opening this year’s festival is an entry into his upcoming anthology series, “Small Axe” (2020). Continue reading Mangrove: #LFF20 Review