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Issue #17: Hypercritic's First Birthday 🎂

The Hypercritic Weekly Newsletter
Dear Hypercritics,
On July 11, our project celebrated its first birthday: read what we have achieved so far and celebrate with us! 🎉
Hypercritic is a dream come true, and with your support, we want to make it grow into the most powerful storytelling experience ever written by a global, multicultural and diverse creative collective.

Hypercritic goes to Cannes! 🎟️
A diary at the time of Covid-19
Hypercritic Summer Festival 👒
Our first Summer Festival is our way to celebrate our first year of life: with a collection of our best records, handpicked by our authors and friends.
Check them out!
Midsommar | Ari Aster’s horror fairy tale
Suggested by Hypercritic founder, Alessandro Avataneo
Normal People | Diverting the viewer's expectations
Suggested by Jordi Ferrer Torres, Video Games editor
Will & Grace | Breaking taboos and making TV history
Suggested by Carmen De Nisi, Books contributor
The End of the F***ing World | A psychopathic love story
Suggested by Nicola Maria Fioni, Sports editor
The importance of stories in The Sandman
Suggested by Annamaria Russo, Art contributor
Otto Dix’s Metropolis displays social and existential crisis
Suggested by Clara Gastaldi, deputy editor-in-chief
Jon Rafman’s 9eyes addresses the issue of privacy
Suggested by Skye Kuppig, Movies editor
Achtung Baby | When U2 dreamt it all up again
Suggested by Giulia Avataneo, editor-in-chief
Bonus track!
On July 11, our mentor Harold Bloom would have turned 91. We want to honor him with the first Hypercritic record:
The Catcher in the Rye | Finding one's place in the world
Have you made up your mind? What’s your favorite record so far?
Please tell us on InstagramTwitter, and Facebook!✨
Cheeeeers! 🥂
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