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'Zama' Offers A Withering Critique Of Colonialism From Within

Lucrecia Martel's latest film centers on a frustrated Spanish official who is stationed at a remote outpost in South America in 1790. Critic Justin Chang calls Zama "feverishly brilliant."

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'Zama' Offers A Withering Critique Of Colonialism From Within

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