Review: In July's 'Kajillionaire,' Growing Up A Grifter
We've been blessed, of late, with excellent movies about families of grifters. There was Hirokazu Kore-eda's gloriously heartfelt Shoplifters, about a makeshift clan of small-time thieves whose familial bonds run at least as deep as DNA. Bong Joon Ho's diabolical Oscar-winner, Parasite, gave us a nuclear family of con artists who hatch their schemes from their subterranean dwelling. And now comes Miranda July's Kajillionaire, a portrait of a father-mother-daughter team of Los Angeles scavengers who subsist mainly on coupons and contest entries.
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