EDITORIAL HUB FOR CINEPHILES
Curator’s Pick: “A Fish in the Bathtub”
JAWS it ain’t, nor is it named WANDA. But the dinner-sized carp that plays the title role in Joan Micklin Silver’s A FISH IN THE BATHTUB causes plenty of ruckus in the lives of a Queens, NYC family that briefly comes apart at the seams after it takes up splashy residence in a spare bathroom.
INTERVIEW: Stéphane Lafleur on “Viking”
The director of VIKING talks about life on his cinematic faux Mars, his lifelong love of science fiction movies, and his absurd astronaut comedy’s underlying question, “How do we live together with the least pain possible?”