Director James Grey has been quietly creating an impressive body of work for the last two decades, but his latest movie is his magnum opus.
Since 1994’s “Little Odessa,” Grey has told intimate tales often about hard-working people in unique situations. There was ex-con Leo Handler (Mark Wahlberg) in the corrupt world of the Queens rail yard in “The Yards” (2000). Or Ewa Cybulska (Marion Cotillard), forced into a life of burlesque dancing in “The Immigrant” (2013).
But in “The Lost City of Z,” Grey ups his game and tells an epic story that explores big dreams and the sacrifices read more >>>
Source : BusinessInsider.Com