The Current War – Review

A good two years following its premiere at the Toronto Film Festival in 2017 to a rather muted response, The Current War finally finds itself ready for release; or at least it’s created the illusion of being ready. Maybe that’s what it’s trying to create, a sense of illusion, a grand ruse, like the great vaudeville acts of the 19th century. The problem is, Christopher … Continue reading The Current War – Review