Zachary Booth

Film Review: ‘Keep the Lights On’ Plays Like Memory of Doomed Relationship

CHICAGO – Ira Sachs’ intimate “Keep the Lights On” is about the intersection of love and addiction and how the two can rarely exist in the same relationship. It is reportedly at least semi-autobiographical and the film undeniably has the feeling of memory, both in its emotional honesty and its episodic nature.

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