Though she’s been making acclaimed films since the mid-90s, Kelly Reichardt isn’t quite the household name compared to some of her peers in indie filmmaking. Maybe that will change with her latest film, First Cow. Distributed by A24—itself a burgeoning household name—First Cow is a quiet story of two friends who want to make a living selling buttermilk biscuits. On today’s episode of Film Club, our critics A.A. Dowd and Katie Rife discuss the simple joys of Reichardt’s latest.
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