Ace documentary cinematographer Kirsten Johnson (Happy Valley, Citizenfour) fashions a memoir of sorts, with subjects ranging from boxing, childbirth, Michael Moore, and pretty much everything in between. The sheer amount of brief, narration-free clips on display is a bit daunting at first, but this collage approach gains a sneaky, mounting power, particularly when she begins to let details of her family’s history unfurl in front of the lens. Really absorbing, with enough movies listed in the credits to keep you busy for weeks. (ANDREW WRIGHT)
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