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Our 2021 Annual Report continues with our High 25 Movies checklist. Because the 12 months winds down, keep tuned for extra awards, lists, and articles about the perfect music, movie, and TV of 2021. You’ll find it multi function place right here.
This 12 months, very like final 12 months, will all the time be remembered with the cloud of COVID hanging over it. Nonetheless, whereas 2020 introduced us a lethal virus, 2021 delivered a vaccine, making it doable for folks to really feel safer going to the films. Nicole Kidman’s not incorrect about how significant and highly effective it’s to sit down in a theater when the lights go down, however a lot of this 12 months’s greatest viewing experiences have been simply as impactful at residence.
It was a wild 12 months when it got here to movie: A lot of what we watched was both produced below pandemic circumstances or held over from a pre-pandemic time. The long-dormant musical style lurched forth with each reimaginings of the classics in addition to authentic works. There was Bo Burnham: Inside, which bridged the hole between movie, tv, music, and comedy to be one of many defining items of leisure of the 12 months. Nevertheless it was additionally simply one in all many private tales informed by filmmakers now prepared to have a look at their lives and discover resonance for at this time.
The movies chosen by the Consequence employees for this checklist embody the total vary of the 12 months’s choices, from tiny Zoom-based dramas to epic-scale sci-fi and fantasy. Even aesthetically, these picks embrace gaudy Floridian neon, a Twenties Harlem rendered in stark black-and-white, and the echoing expanse of the American West. From the previous, to the current, to the long run, from probably the most distant elements of the world to probably the most bustling cities, it’s unimaginable how a lot one 12 months in movie can comprise.
In 2021, we have been blessed by that true type of variety, and the escapes provided by it.
— Liz Shannon Miller
Senior Leisure Editor
25. No one
- 1 25. No one
- 2 24. The Tougher They Fall
- 3 23. Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings
- 4 22. Titane
- 5 21. Within the Heights
- 6 20. Drive My Automobile
- 7 19. The Mitchells vs. the Machines
- 8 18. The Sparks Brothers
- 9 17. Passing
- 10 16. Tick, Tick… Growth!
- 11 15. Summer time of Soul
- 12 14. Cyrano
- 13 13. Language Classes
- 14 12. Crimson Rocket
- 15 11. Spencer
- 16 10. Barb and Star Go to Vista Del Mar
- 17 09. Pig
- 18 08. The Energy of the Canine
- 19 07. Licorice Pizza
- 20 06. The Final Duel
- 21 05. The French Dispatch
- 22 04. Dune
- 23 03. Annette
- 24 02. The Inexperienced Knight
- 25 01. Zola
No one (Common Photos)
Director: Ilya Naishuller
Author: Derek Kolstad
Stars: Bob Odenkirk, Connie Nielsen, RZA, Christopher Lloyd, Aleksey Serebryakov
Sooner or later, each 50-plus actor in Hollywood can have his personal John Wick. No one was Bob Odenkirk’s flip to cleared the path with this pulpy, half-comic thriller a couple of harassed household man pushed again to a lifetime of violence. If solely each Loss of life Want riff was this well-crafted and interesting. — Jesse Hassenger
24. The Tougher They Fall
The Tougher They Fall (Netflix)
Director: Jeymes Samuel
Writers: Jeymes Samuel, Boaz Yakin
Stars: Jonathan Majors, Idris Elba, Zazie Beetz, Regina King, Delroy Lindo, Lakeith Stanfield, RJ Cyler, Danielle Deadwyler, Edi Gathegi, Deon Cole
The Tougher They Fall takes on the untold historical past of Black cowboys that thrived throughout the occasions of the Previous West, whereas additionally musing on the character of redemption. Primarily based round true historic figures, Jeymes Samuel’s function debut stands out for its extraordinary all-Black forged, some memorable dialogue, a compelling lead efficiency from Jonathan Majors, and naturally some gripping and action-packed shootouts. — Okla Jones
23. Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings
Shang Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings (Disney)
Director: Destin Daniel Cretton
Writers: Dave Callaham, Destin Daniel Cretton, Andrew Lanham
Stars: Simu Liu, Awkwafina, Meng’er Zhang, Fala Chen, Florian Munteanu, Michelle Yeoh, Ben Kingsley, Tony Leung
Marvel’s variety push was in full pressure in 2021, and Shang-Chi was a punch above the remainder. It succeeded not just because it put an Asian hero on the forefront, however as a result of its forged of unimaginable actors have been enjoying fascinating, well-rounded characters. Regardless of being some of the fantastical entries within the MCU, it’s some of the grounded in human drama. — Ben Kaye
Director: Julia Ducournau
Author: Julia Ducournau
Stars: Agathe Rousselle, Vincent Lindon, Garance Marillier, Laïs Salameh
The 12 months’s wildest and ultimately most tender provocation comes from Julia Ducournau, who sends her heroine Alexia (Agathe Rousselle) on a riveting journey from horror to empathy (and again once more). Alexia and her unlikely caretaker Vincent (Vincent London) spend the film seemingly itching to transcend their our bodies — and audiences would possibly practically soar out of their very own pores and skin watching. — J.H.
21. Within the Heights
Within the Heights (Warner Bros. Photos)
Director: Jon M. Chu
Author: Quiara Alegría Hudes
Stars: Anthony Ramos, Corey Hawkins, Leslie Grace, Melissa Barrera, Olga Merediz, Daphne Rubin-Vega, Gregory Diaz IV, Jimmy Smits
Lengthy earlier than Hamilton, a really younger Lin-Manuel Miranda gained the Tony Award for a small, barely unorthodox, hip-hop-infused musical about his Washington Heights neighborhood. The movie adaptation was over a decade within the making. Miranda’s work tends to focus on wealthy themes of household, group, and legacy, and this semi-autobiographical musical turned a colourful, joyful explosion for 2021 theaters this summer time. It’s secure to imagine that Hamilton will all the time be Miranda’s masterwork, however Within the Heights is the place the guts is. — Mary Siroky
20. Drive My Automobile
Drive My Automobile (Bitters Finish)
Director: Ryusuke Hamaguchi
Writers: Ryusuke Hamaguchi, Takamasa Oe
Stars: Hidetoshi Nishijima, Tōko Miura, Masaki Okada
Ryusuke Hamaguchi’s intimate, haunting adaptation of a Haruki Murakami quick story a couple of widowed theater director is unassuming and matter-of-fact in its presentation. However don’t confuse that for tedium: Hamaguchi proves himself one in all our most interesting dramatists, unspooling a affected person narrative about loss, guilt, and understanding that stays with you lengthy after the credit roll. — Clint Worthington
19. The Mitchells vs. the Machines
The Mitchells vs. the Machines (Netflix)
Director: Mike Rianda
Writers: Mike Rianda, Jeff Rowe
Stars: Abbi Jacobson, Danny McBride, Maya Rudolph, Mike Rianda, Eric André, Olivia Colman, Fred Armisen, Beck Bennett, Chrissy Teigen, John Legend, Charlyne Yi, Blake Griffin, Conan O’Brien, Doug the Pug
There have been different animated movies about households this 12 months, and different animated movies about madcap expertise, however there was a real spark to The Mitchells vs. the Machines. From some hilarious gags (“Canine?” “Pig?” “Loaf of Bread?”) to crafting an unconventional central household (together with an brazenly homosexual teen character) to an exciting ultimate battle that beats something the MCU turned out this 12 months by way of stakes in addition to visible daring, the Netflix authentic movie deserves to be remembered as a future basic. — L.S.M.
18. The Sparks Brothers
The Sparks Brothers (Focus Options)
Director: Edgar Wright
Final Night time in Soho wasn’t the one movie Edgar Wright put out this 12 months; there was additionally this exhaustive, two-and-a-half-hour ode to Ron and Russell Mael, two brothers who would revolutionize pop music for many years whereas seemingly by no means getting the credit score they have been due. Watch earlier than you see Annette as a giddy primer of their idiosyncratic type. — C.W.
Director: Rebecca Corridor
Author: Rebecca Corridor
Stars: Tessa Thompson, Ruth Negga, André Holland, Invoice Camp, Gbenga Akinnagbe, Antoinette Crowe-Legacy, Alexander Skarsgård
Set throughout the late Twenties in Harlem, New York, Passing tells the story of two ladies on reverse sides of the colour line and explores the interior wrestle of id that many face. The movie’s black-and-white cinematography and jazz-inspired rating makes Rebecca Corridor’s directorial debut a nostalgic interval piece that additionally has the ability to attach with at this time’s audiences, because the childhood friendship between Reenie (Tessa Thompson) and Clare (Ruth Negga) twists right into a extra sophisticated bond. — O.J.
16. Tick, Tick… Growth!
Tick Tick… Growth! (Netflix)
Director: Lin-Manuel Miranda
Author: Steven Levenson
Stars: Andrew Garfield, Alexandra Shipp, Robin de Jesús, Joshua Henry, Judith Mild, Vanessa Hudgens
It’s time to cease bugging Andrew Garfield about whether or not or not he’s within the new Spider-Man film and excessive time to start out specializing in his unimaginable efficiency on this musical. Exploring the lifetime of Jonathan Larson (the author chargeable for Hire), Tick, Tick…Growth! is type of The Avengers for theater children. Don’t blink throughout the Moondance Diner scene, otherwise you’ll miss one of many many Broadway legends making an look. — M.S.
15. Summer time of Soul
Summer time of Soul (Searchlight Photos)
Director: Amir “Questlove” Thompson
Amir “Questlove” Thompson made his directorial debut with this pulse-pounding burst of Black pleasure, recounting the 1969 Harlem Cultural Competition in vivid 16mm element. It’s a cinematic testomony to Afrocentrism and the most effective live performance docs in latest reminiscence. Simply attempt to not transfer your toes when Mavis Staples and Mahalia Jackson take the mic collectively for “Take My Hand, Valuable Lord.” — C.W.
Cyrano (United Artists)
Director: Joe Wright
Author: Erica Schmidt
Stars: Peter Dinklage, Haley Bennett, Kelvin Harrison Jr., Bashir Salahuddin, Ben Mendelsohn
Over 20 years into his profession, Peter Dinklage remains to be a revelation each time he takes the display. As Cyrano, he sings, swoons, swashbuckles, and sonnets for some of the compelling and wonderful performances of the 12 months. Joe Wright delivers one other one in all his peaks working with Erica Schmidt’s script and music that’s basically The Nationwide’s newest file. A number of love went into this retelling of the basic romance, and it’s felt in each sweeping beat. — B.Okay.
13. Language Classes
Language Classes (Shout!)
Director: Natalie Morales
Writers: Natalie Morales, Mark Duplass
Stars: Mark Duplass, Natalie Morales, Desean Terry
What does it take to attach with a stranger, even throughout an amazing distance? And what makes these connections actual? Natalie Morales’s quasi-directorial debut (the event and manufacturing overlaps together with her different wonderful 2021 movie, the teenager comedy Plan B) took on that query with this intimate take a look at the connection which builds between Adam (Mark Duplass) and his distant Spanish language teacher Cariño (Morales). The dimensions is tiny however the feelings are large, and whereas deeply unhappy at factors, it’s an unforgettable expertise. — L.S.M.
12. Crimson Rocket
Crimson Rocket (A24)
Director: Sean Baker
Author: Chris Bergoch, Sean Baker
Stars: Simon Rex, Bree Elrod, Suzanna Son
The kitchen-sink restoration drama will get a riotous early-2000s-nostalgia makeover in Crimson Rocket, whereby former porn star Mikey Saber (Simon Rex) returns to his hometown, downtrodden however hilariously, idiotically unwilling to confess defeat. With a terrific efficiency from Rex and still-surprising empathy, director Sean Baker zeroes in on what makes Mikey, and the tradition that birthed him, each loathsome and interesting. — J.H.
Kristen Stewart in Spencer, photograph by Pablo Larrain
Director: Pablo Larraín
Author: Steven Knight
Stars: Kristen Stewart, Timothy Spall, Jack Farthing, Sean Harris, Sally Hawkins
Pablo Larraín once more eschews straight biography, utilizing the star energy of Kristen Stewart to recommend the uncomfortable ranges of efficiency concerned in Being Princess Diana. Spencer is dreamier and extra Malick-ian than its non secular predecessor Jackie, however equally efficient at imagining and visualizing a headspace for its well-known topic. Larraín ought to discover a method to full the trilogy. — J.H.
10. Barb and Star Go to Vista Del Mar
Barb and Star Go to Vista Del Mar (Amazon Prime Video)
Director: Josh Greenbaum
Writers: Kristen Wiig, Annie Mumolo
Stars: Kristen Wiig, Annie Mumolo, Jamie Dornan, Damon Wayans Jr.
There are such a lot of unhappy issues related to some of the cheerful and profitable comedies of 2021. For instance, resulting from points with its launch window, the movie’s authentic songs, together with “Edgar’s Prayer” and “I Love Boobies,” are usually not eligible for this 12 months’s Oscars. Additionally, this was a pre-vaccine launch that the overwhelming majority of individuals watched at residence on VOD or ultimately Hulu, and Barb and Star Go to Vista Del Mar deserved an opportunity to be seen with an enormous and vigorous crowd.
Regardless of all of that, although, this reunion of Bridesmaids writers Kristen Wiig and Annie Mumolo nonetheless stands out as a real excessive level for the 12 months in movie, principally by advantage of being deeply unusual and humorous on fully its personal phrases. Whereas Wiig will get a whole lot of the highlight in a twin position as each the titular Star and the mad scientist decided to carry damage to the seashore city of Vista Del Mar, Florida, Mumolo additionally shines as greatest pal Barb, who unlocks her internal starvation for journey in surprising methods.
After which there’s Jamie Dornan, who simply steals the entire rattling film at factors along with his infectious, goofy vitality. 2021 had no scarcity of horrors, however it additionally gave us the present of Dornan performing pirouettes for a seagull on a tire. For that, no less than, let’s give thanks. — L.S.M.
Director: Michael Sarnoski
Writers: Michael Sarnoski, Vanessa Block (story by)
Stars: Nicolas Cage, Alex Wolff, Adam Arkin
“We don’t get many issues to care about.” What A24 sneakily marketed as “John Wick with a stolen hog” seems to be a staggering meditation on grief and the agonies of creativity. As a once-famous chef who’s withdrawn from the world after an unimaginable loss, Nicolas Cage (endlessly clawing his method again from the Redbox pipeline) hems in his infamous Cage Rage for a efficiency of arresting vulnerability, reminding us why he stays one of many world’s biggest actors.
First-time author/director Michael Sarnoski soaks his devastating drama in a type of rotting gloom, priming you for an amped-up revenge movie earlier than pulling the rug out from below you and feeding you one thing extra unexpectedly mournful. It’s a tragedy concerning the feelings we connect to folks, issues, and meals, and the methods their absence can break us into so many brittle items. And it’s possibly Cage’s biggest efficiency of the twenty first century. — C.W.
08. The Energy of the Canine
The Energy of the Canine (Netflix)
Director: Jane Campion
Author: Jane Campion
Stars: Benedict Cumberbatch, Kirsten Dunst, Jesse Plemons, Kodi Smit-McPhee, Thomasin McKenzie, Genevieve Lemon, Keith Carradine, Frances Conroy
Right here we discover a quartet of gifted actors who aren’t all the time well-served by Hollywood: Benedict Cumberbatch seems in a whole lot of stodgy biopics, Kodi Smit-McPhee is navigating the transition from child to grownup roles, Jesse Plemons generally will get misplaced within the background, and Kirsten Dunst is just one in all our greatest but least-awarded performers.
In The Energy of the Canine, Jane Campion braids collectively their work with such care that, upon first viewing, it’s pleasingly troublesome to inform the place the film goes: Is that this a home drama a couple of merciless cowboy (Cumberbatch) needling his brother (Plemons) and sister-in-law (Dunst)? An elegiac Western as that very same cowboy tries to show a younger man (Smit-McPhee) concerning the disappearing West? Some type of undetermined psychosexual battle? Sure to all; Campion’s adaptation of the 1967 novel accommodates all of this and extra over the course of its hauntingly gradual burn. — J.H.
07. Licorice Pizza
Licorice Pizza (MGM/UA)
Director: Paul Thomas Anderson
Author: Paul Thomas Anderson
Stars: Alana Haim, Cooper Hoffman, Sean Penn, Tom Waits, Bradley Cooper, Benny Safdie
It wouldn’t be an awards season with out no less than one movie in rivalry that served as a direct tribute to the filmmaker’s youth. Nevertheless it’s hardly a shock that Paul Thomas Anderson, whose present for each excessive emotion and nuanced heartbreak, would ship the perfect of the bunch.
Set within the San Fernando Valley throughout a hazy 1973 that looks like a endless summer time, Licorice Pizza is ostensibly concerning the awkward friendship between formidable 15-year-old Gary Valentine (Cooper Hoffman) and the drifting 25-year-old Alana (Alana Hain), however past that never-really-sexual bond the movie shines extra as a sequence of vignettes that includes the strangeness of Los Angeles right now, Anderson capturing these moments as dizzying recollections that linger like legends.
Hoffman (an uncanny echo of his father Philip Seymour Hoffman, but additionally undeniably his personal display presence with a whole lot of future potential) stands out from different protagonists in tasks like this due to the character’s burning self-determination: Gary is a younger man who’s going to get what he needs out of life, as a result of he is aware of that crucial factor is to go after it. There are a number of scenes within the movie which simply function Gary and/or Alana working, as a result of they suppose they’ve received someplace higher to be.
However, after all, what issues is that momentum, the sensation of dashing ahead in direction of one thing unknown however actually shiny. — L.S.M.
06. The Final Duel
The Final Duel (twentieth Century Studios)
Director: Ridley Scott
Writers: Nicole Holofcener, Ben Affleck, Matt Damon
Stars: Matt Damon, Adam Driver, Jodie Comer, Ben Affleck
Whereas Home of Gucci has all of the opulence and foolish Eye-talian accents you can ask for (and but nonetheless not sufficient), Ridley Scott’s true triumph this 12 months was the criminally-underseen The Final Duel. Working from a script from stars Matt Damon and Ben Affleck (alongside Nicole Holofcener, whose contributions are sometimes ignored in criticisms of this movie as a “bro image about rape”), Scott crafts a mud-soaked, lurid, but clear-eyed image of the historic dismissal of girls’s company in male-dominated society.
This story of a 14th-century duel amongst French knights (Damon and Adam Driver) over the accused rape of Damon’s spouse (a staggering Jodie Comer) is keenly break up into three acts, flitting from historic drama to medieval darkish comedy to situation image with ease. Everybody turns in nice work beneath ridiculous hair, particularly Affleck’s foppish, perversely modern rely, who mutters, “He’s no fucking enjoyable” whereas carrying pantaloons. — C.W.
05. The French Dispatch
The French Dispatch (Searchlight Photos)
Director: Wes Anderson
Author: Wes Anderson
Stars: Benicio del Toro, Adrien Brody, Tilda Swinton, Léa Seydoux, Frances McDormand, Timothée Chalamet, Lyna Khoudri, Jeffrey Wright, Mathieu Amalric, Edward Norton, Willem Dafoe, Henry Winkler, Stephen Park, Invoice Murray, Owen Wilson
Should you’re the type of one who’s sick of Wes Anderson’s symmetrically framed, artfully-decorated dollhouses, The French Dispatch isn’t like to vary your thoughts. If something, his trifurcated anthology of tales (loosely primarily based across the ultimate situation of a New Yorker-like periodical) doubles down on the person’s love of expertly-crafted, brightly lit artifice.
However the place some see impersonal type masquerading as substance, others may even see an extremely heartfelt, deadpan ode to a dying mode of storytelling. As a filmmaker, Anderson finds new modes of creativity inside his current confines, together with animated sequences, tableaux vivant, and a number of the most formidable monitoring pictures of his profession. And but, all his tips serve a broader story about our craving for connection and understanding, and the ways in which telling tales can obtain that aim. It’s Tati and Truffaut and Tintin multi function massive, sentimental bundle. — C.W.
Dune (Warner Bros.)
Director: Denis Villeneuve
Writers: Jon Spaihts, Denis Villeneuve, Eric Roth
Stars: Timothée Chalamet, Rebecca Ferguson, Oscar Isaac, Josh Brolin, Stellan Skarsgård, Dave Bautista, Stephen McKinley Henderson, Zendaya, Chang Chen, Sharon Duncan-Brewster, Charlotte Rampling, Jason Momoa, Javier Bardem
If there’s anybody who would’ve been in a position to stick the touchdown on this famously difficult-to-adapt story, it’s Denis Villeneuve. Dune swings massive, and it’s a marvel to behold each in filmmaking and storytelling: The movie covers an infinite quantity of floor and manages to stay clever within the course of. (Hans Zimmer’s rating is without doubt one of the greatest studio movie scores in recent times.) There’s a degree about midway by way of the film when the story kicks into excessive gear, and it doesn’t cease for the remainder of the run time.
Leaving Dune was like rising from a dream. It’s all of the extra thrilling that many individuals selected to see the motion unfold on as massive of a display as doable. Past the lore, sci-fi phrases, and Recreation of Thrones familial traces, the large takeaways are actually that Timothee Chalamet is a star, Zendaya is a imaginative and prescient, and it’s great to know that Half 2 is now confirmed. — M.S.
Annette (Amazon Studios)
Director: Leos Carax
Writers: Ron Mael, Russell Mael, Leos Carax
Stars: Adam Driver, Marion Cotillard, Simon Helberg, Devyn McDowell, Angèle
In a 12 months bursting with big-budget studio musicals — Within the Heights, West Facet Story, Tick, Tick…. Growth! — the 12 months’s greatest can be the weirdest of the bunch. Working from a narrative and songs by Ron and Russell Mael, aka Sparks, director Leos Carax turns their twisty rock opera a couple of temperamental standup (a risky Adam Driver) and his romance with a saintly opera singer (Marion Cotillard) into one thing so unusual and divisive you simply can’t look away.
The Maels’ songs defy typical musical logic; aside from the opening quantity “So Could We Begin,” the tracks are extra repetition of concepts throughout playful musical motifs. However there’s methodology to the insanity, together with Carax’s option to depict Child Annette as an inanimate puppet till her jaw-dropping ultimate duet: It’s a movie about management, what we owe our kids, and the sins of the previous coming again to hang-out us. (And it simply so occurs to additionally present Driver singing whereas performing cunnilingus; if that’s not vary, what’s?) — C.W.
02. The Inexperienced Knight
The Inexperienced Knight (A24)
Director: David Lowery
Author: David Lowery
Stars: Dev Patel, Alicia Vikander, Joel Edgerton, Sarita Choudhury, Sean Harris, Ralph Ineson
“Now, then… off together with your head.” David Lowery’s darkish medieval fantasy is as a lot a muddy, horrific spin on the basic, anonymously-written epic poem as it’s a deconstruction of chivalry itself. Dev Patel, smoldering even in his character’s cowardice, imbues younger Gawain with a headstrong want to be admired and adored as a knight, whilst he fails again and again. Confronted with a Christmas rematch towards an immortal, tree-like knight, Gawain’s quest drags him by way of all method of grandiose, legendary quests.
And but, like John Boorman’s Excalibur and even Darren Aronofsky’s Noah, Lowery’s model is a world of rot and decay, courtly virtues crumbling amid the blood and violence of a slowly-dying England. It’s greater than a grand, surprising fantasy epic; it’s a bewitching story about rising up and going through your demise. (Simply await it to be reclaimed in later years as “really a Christmas film.”) — C.W.
Director: Janicza Bravo
Author: Janicza Bravo, Jeremy O. Harris
Stars: Taylour Paige, Riley Keough, Nicholas Braun, Ari’el Stachel, Colman Domingo
From an out of doors perspective, Zola would possibly learn as some basic A24-core. It’s aesthetically pushed, it’s younger, and it’s famously primarily based on a viral Twitter thread. Nicholas Braun is in it, for crying out loud — this film was primed for the Web Age, as so many films from the stylish distributor are typically. Zola is greater than that, although: It’s sinister, humorous, deeply miserable, dreamy, and in some way nonetheless cohesive, due to phenomenal performances from Colman Domingo, Riley Keough, and an exquisite Taylour Paige within the titular position.
The witty and tightly-wound script from Tony winner Jeremy O. Harris and director Janicza Bravo nearly renders the story as a interval piece, and robust enhancing and directing selections serve the story from begin to end. Zola is anxiety-inducing in a method that recollects the theatrical expertise of 2019’s Uncut Gems. By all of it, Paige is the beating coronary heart of the story, three-dimensional and sympathetic at each level within the wild experience, a feat troublesome to tug off in a film peppered with painstakingly real looking characters and occasions. The truth that the story throughout the movie is an (allegedly) true one makes it all of the extra unforgettable. — M.S.
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