Red Flag (2012) TriBeCa Review

My review of Alex Karpovsky’s 2012 feature, RED FLAG, starring Karpovsky in a Kaufman-esque meta narrative as…indie filmmaker Alex Karpovsky. Sort of the actor-director’s exploration into mumblecore STARDUST MEMORIES territory, RED FLAG was presented as an official selection of the 2013 TriBeCa Film Festival. It is an accomplished suggestion of Karpovsky’s Woody Allen neurosis an early talent, and may indicate big things for the indie stalwart. Featuring Karpovsky as star, writer, and director, the film is a companion piece to the 2012 drama RUBBERNECK.

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4 responses to “Red Flag (2012) TriBeCa Review

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    • Oh, cheers! Certainly the film was underseen and not widely discussed by journalists or critics. I think it’s a testament to what Karpovsky is capable of, no doubt, and I’m happy that someone is on the lookout for material on the project. Thanks for checking in.

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