Tag: Jesse Moss

  • The Overnighters Is a Tragic Doc About Loving Your Neighbor

    Quick, name the most expensive housing market in America. If you said New York, Los Angeles, or San Francisco, you couldn’t be farther from the truth — literally. Each is over 1,500 miles away from Williston, North Dakota, a monochrome town you can drive end-to-end in 15 minutes. In four years, the population of Williston […]

  • The Art of War: Full Battle Rattle and La France

    The epitome of brutal realism, war on the ground is the subject of elaborate fantasy in two deceptively modest, highly self-conscious films, Tony Gerber and Jesse Moss’s Iraq (or rather “Iraq”) documentary Full Battle Rattle and Serge Bozon’s dark and goofy World War I romance, La France. A combat doc once removed from combat and […]