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‘Knives Out’ Is Actually a Fantasy, Not a Comedy

The Oscar-nominated film imagines a world where consequences exist for the privileged

Daniel Craig and Ana de Armas in Knives Out (2019)
Photo: IMDB

AAfter college, I moved to the tiny city of Sitka, Alaska, to work as a tutor at a local university. During the cold, dark, rainy winter months, you could find many of Sitka’s younger folks at weekend game nights. These were hosted by one of…

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Wesley Yiin

Wesley Yiin

Wesley is an LA-based screenwriter and occasional freelancer. He has published in The Washington Post, Slate, Catapult, Salon, and Curbed.

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