‘Monster’s Ball’: On Two Lives in Unison

Lionsgate Films Ever since I watched Monster’s Ball in 2018 (and then re-watched it in 2019), its naturalistic expression of two lives caught in the crosshairs of personal and eventually interpersonal grief never left me. It shouldn’t, given its classic status as a dramatic work of art that won accolades galore, particularly highlighting the crescent […]

‘Monster’s Ball’: On Two Lives in Unison

My essay on the immersive MONSTER’S BALL has been published by SCREEN QUEENS and I thoroughly thank features editor MEGAN WILSON for choosing to publish it, especially since writing about it is close to my heart.


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