By the Time It Gets Dark

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Director
Anocha Suwichakornpong
Runtime
1 h 45 min
Release Date
8 December 2016
Genres
Drama
Overview
A film director and her muse who was a student activist in the 1970s, a waitress who keeps changing jobs, an actor and an actress, all live loosely connected to each other by almost invisible threads. The narrative sheds its skin several times to reveal layer upon layer of the complexities that make up the characters’ lives.
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  • My Favorite Films of 2018
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    Honorary “Not A 2018 Release by Any Stretch of the Imagination but the Smithsonian Did Screen It for the First Time in 2018, So” Award

    By the Time It Gets Dark

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    Problematic Fave Award (formerly the “You Tried!” Award)

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