A.V. Club film critics A.A. Dowd and Ignatiy Vishnevetsky are fans of Terrence Malick, the legendary (and legendarily reclusive) American director behind Days Of Heaven, The Tree Of Life, and The New World. But is there a limit to how much of the director’s tricks—the wall-to-wall voice-over narration, the constantly gliding Steadicam, the twirling movie stars—a cinephile can stomach? This week, our film staffers are talking about Malick’s new Austin-set love triangle, Song To Song, and why it tried their patience more than the filmmaker’s other recent work.

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