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Two exes whirl through the memories of their relationship in a single glance. Daniel Antebi directs “Unfold,” an elliptical montage of a young couple reliving their recent past after running into each other on the streets of New York. An awkward exchange spins into a flashback of moods and feelings. We watch as the two women move into a new apartment, prepare food together, film each other with old cameras, etc. Their love develops in flashes of smiles and caresses, but soon issues begin to emerge and the intimacy is replaced with distance. Antebi’s film is a mix of music video, experimental dance, and relationship drama, carried off with vivid visuals and buoyant editing.
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