Saturday October 31, 2020

Kajillionaire: Plenty of darkness behind the sunshine

In Miranda July’s latest movie, things are never as pleasant as they seem on the surface

11th October, 2020
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Gina Rodriguez and Evan Rachel Wood in Kajillionaire. Picture: Matt Kennedy/Focus Features

Kajillionaire

Directed by Miranda July

Nationwide, 12A

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