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Julia Loktev’s sophomore feature, The Loneliest Planet, is sparse with words but teeming with emotion. Based on the Tom Bissell short story ”Expensive Trips Nowhere,” the film lives between the words of its characters, existing in their body language and the sprawling landscape that surrounds them. The allusively minimalistic yet hauntingly penerating feature takes you on a journey that explores the dynamic of one couple but speaks to the nature of men and woman on a broader scale. 
Director Julia Loktev Talks ‘The Loneliest Planet’ and Its Unpredictable Response
  1. Julia Loktev’s sophomore feature, The Loneliest Planet, is sparse with words but teeming with emotion. Based on the Tom Bissell short story ”Expensive Trips Nowhere,” the film lives between the words of its characters, existing in their body language and the sprawling landscape that surrounds them. The allusively minimalistic yet hauntingly penerating feature takes you on a journey that explores the dynamic of one couple but speaks to the nature of men and woman on a broader scale. 

    Director Julia Loktev Talks ‘The Loneliest Planet’ and Its Unpredictable Response

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