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This Film’s Title Gives a Sense of What It’s Trying to Capture

Per the internal logic of ‘Everything Everywhere All at Once,’ every decision a person makes prompts the universe to splinter. The resulting parallel universes represent the paths not chosen.

A still from ‘Everything Everywhere All at Once.’ David Bornfriend/A24

A still from ‘Everything Everywhere All at Once.’ David Bornfriend/A24

MARTIN TSAI

Friday, March 25, 2022

03:50:29 pm

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MARTIN TSAI

Mr. Tsai is a film critic with bylines in The New York Sun, Los Angeles Times, and many others. He holds a master's in Cinema Studies from New York University's Tisch School of the Arts.

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