In some ways, “Loving” is just the story of a woman who wanted to be able to go home; its telling makes it a home-cooked feast in a fast-food world.
Three years ago, in his movie “Mud,” writer-director Jeff Nichols showed what it was like to be young, to be poor and hopeful, to be living on a dream. He beautifully shows another side of that here in a tale that’s subtle and sensitive, infuriating and inspiring.
And served up carefully, with a low-key sense of ...
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