'Tchoupitoulas:' A 'Neorealist Fantasy Adventure'

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Slate magazine calls New Orleans-set indie film Tchoupitoulas, "the perfect antidote" to the also-New Orleans-set Beasts of the Southern Wild. They write, "Structured like a classic city symphony, the film is a richly impressionistic evocation of the sights, sounds, and personalities of New Orleans at nighttime...[Directors] the Ross brothers turn their film into a sort of neorealist fantasy adventure, one that's imbued with a gritty aesthetic that nevertheless adheres to the naïf fascination of its characters"

Read their full review here.