Has Xavier Dolan’s Own Filmmaking Style Caught Up with Him?

Allow me to make one thing very clear about Quebecois director Xavier Dolan from the outset: he is an undeniably talented filmmaker. As much has been clear since his cinematic debut, I Killed My Mother,

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The Death & Life of John F. Donovan (Review)

Given the prodigious nature of Xavier Dolan’s filmmaking career and the frequency at which he churns out productions that he has, at the very least, written, produced and directed, I have made a point of

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2019: A Mixed Year for Xavier Dolan

It’s perhaps old hat by now to say that Xavier Dolan has established himself as one of Canada’s foremost auteurs ever since his auspicious debut, I Killed My Mother, at the tender age of 20,

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