Don’t Look Up and Encanto Reveal the Cracks

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“It’s about climate change!” “It’s about COVID!” “It’s about the media!”

Any of these interpretations of Adam Mckay’s star-studded Netflix film could be correct. Don’t Look Up is no subtle allegory.

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