Wayne’s 4 x 2: Minari, Small Axe, and more!
Wayne is back with another round of entertainment reviews. Four reviews, two minutes each. Here’s what Wayne had for us this week:
Minari (Film): Based off his experiences as a child of immigrant parents; Lee Isaac Chung’s Minari tells the story of a Korean family starting a farm in 1980’s Arkansas in pursuit of their own American Dream.
Small Axe (Film Anthology): A anthology of five films by British film-maker Steve McQueen that tells distinct but interconnected stories of West Indian immigrants in London from the 1960s to the 1980s.
Open Door Policy – The Hold Steady (Album): The Hold Steady’s eighth studio album with ten songs that explore themes of power, wealth, power, consumerism and mental health.
I Hate Suzie (Series): This British Comedy/Drama series – created by and starring Billie Piper – follows child star and actor Suzie Pickles (Piper) who’s successful career is up-ended when she is hacked and images of her in an uncompromising position are leaked online.