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Issue #16: Hypercritic Summer Festival 🌻

The Hypercritic Weekly Newsletter
Dear Hypercritics,
July is a special month for us!
Our adventure started exactly one year ago, on July 11 🎉
We will celebrate throughout the month with our first Hypercritic Summer Festival.
We have asked Hypercritics worldwide to suggest their favorite records, creating a special collection of movies, TV shows, artworks, music, and much more to enjoy 🌻
Relax, cool up…and let’s start!🍹

Ophelia | An artistic treaty on Melancholia
Suggested by Davide Tiberga, Movies contributor
Can't Help Myself is like looking at a caged animal
Suggested by Giorgio Reclama, Movies contributor
Lost | The first mainstream phenomenon on TV
Suggested by Federica Gandolfo, TV Shows and Video Games contributor
Brooklyn Nine-Nine | The good cops do exist
Suggested by Maria Chiara Pacifici, Music editor
BoJack Horseman | A human journey
Suggested by Giulia Orati, Movies, TV Shows, Video Games, and Comics contributor
Normal People | Diverting the viewer's expectations
Suggested by Jordi Ferrer Torres, Video Games editor
A History of Violence | The past of a shining knight casts shadows
Suggested by Vanessa Cammarota, Music contributor
One Hundred Years of Solitude | History in a family saga
Suggested by Antonella Massaro, Movies, Books, and Video Games contributor
The Underground Railroad tells more than Black history
Suggested by Andrea Donini, Movies and TV Shows contributor
Pride and Prejudice | Where femininity builds masculinity
Suggested by Isabella Cagna, Music contributor
The Adversary | A True Story of Monstrous Deception
Suggested by Maria Luisa Da Rold, Books contributor
Euro 1992 | A Hans Christian Andersen Fable
Suggested by Marco Massera, Sports contributor
With this fabulous memory, we wish you a lovely weekend.
The next few days will be exciting, thanks to the Euro 2020 ⚽ and Wimbledon finals 🎾and, of course, the first Hypercritic birthday!🎉
Cheeeeers! 🥂
PS: celebrate with us on InstagramTwitter, and Facebook!✨
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