Sometimes when people first meet me, they ask how many kids I have. The assumption being, of course, that a woman in her 30s must be married and have started a family. I used to respond, “Kids? Me? No, I’m just single.” But “just single” didn’t capture accurately what I felt.
Carrie & Lowell offers Sufjan Stevens at his most vulnerable. Musically bare compared to 2010’s Age of Adz, or even the more dynamic pieces on Illinoise or Michigan, his delicate vocals are left unguarded.
Director Tomm Moore, best known for his animated fantasy The Secret of the Kells, brings another Celtic legend to the screen withSong of the Sea.
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