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Paterson Review

14 Nov


Paterson¬†is set up like a poem of its own, its day-to-day structure providing a rhythm for a story without much of a well-defined plot or character arc. The film instead lives in the mundanity of everyday life, finding its story in the little moments and deviations from the normal rhythm. It’s not critical of mundanity like many films are; instead, it accepts that it’s a way of life for many, further highlighting the beauty and creativity that can be found in everyday moments. It’s a melancholy film driven by quiet hope.

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