Welcome To The Neighborhood: A Review of Sebastian Silva’s NASTY BABY

Imagine if Noah Baumbach’s WHILE WE’RE YOUNG had an illegitimate child and decided to keep it locked away in the attic only to occasionally feed it fish heads and allow it to howl at the moon.  That child would later mature to be NASTY BABY.  Perhaps that is slightly harsh, but Sebastián Silva’s jagged edged feature which pokes holes in the middle class, stabs violently at the NYC art world, creates a collision course between race and culture, and even unearths the mythos of the hipster homosexual couple has quite a bit to say about the state of our current society.  Babies are seen as status symbols, especially mixed-race families, the homeless or discarded are feared versus helped, and gentrification offers its warm embrace around every turn.

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Welcome To The Neighborhood: A Review of Sebastian Silva’s NASTY BABY

Film Club’s November Schedule Takes Movie Go-ers Around the World AND Close To Home

Here is a full list of upcoming screenings with Film Club at our local Alamo Drafthouse Cinema for the month of November 2015.

Click the link of the title below to purchase tickets!  Enjoy!

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Film Club’s November Schedule Takes Movie Go-ers Around the World AND Close To Home