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Review of “Pig” on Hulu: Unique and Effective Storytelling

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Pig tells a compelling story in a unique way, focusing more on the quiet moments to explore tragedy and grief without hitting us over the head with what it wants to say. Is it worthy of your next watch? Let’s find out…

Spoiler-Free Review of “Pig” on Hulu: Unique and Effective Storytelling
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Review: “Pig”

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“Pig” is not quite the movie I—and I think many others—expected it would be. Not that I necessarily had specific expectations for a film with such a bizarre premise: a forager (played by an exceedingly scruffy Nicolas Cage) travels from his isolated woodland existence to the city of Portland on a quest to recover his […]

Review: “Pig”
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Thoughts on PIG

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Truffle hunters will camp out on their porches at night, shotgun in hand, to fend off competing hunters trying to steal their valuable pigs and dogs. What? That was one of those facts that felt otherworldly yet immediately relatable to me, and that’s where PIG started. Michael Sarnoski – director, PIG Prior to watching PIG, […]

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