Review: “Inherent Vice” (film)

When Thomas Pynchon writes a new novel, it’s always a big event. And although some critics have found derogatory terms for his last two works, Inherent Vice and Bleeding Edge, characterizing them as “Pynchon light”, they will nonetheless remain mass-incompatible with a myriad of persons, parallel plots and sub-plots, which all seem to entangle, mingle, […]

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