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Issue #18: The Hypercritic Olympic Games 🏅

The Hypercritic Weekly Newsletter
Dear Hypercritics,
Tokyo 2020 is finally here! 🇯🇵
After such a long wait we can’t wait to savor moments of pure Olympic passion. 
As of today, Hypercritic is also starting an itinerary among the most important episodes of the Olympics of every time.
We begin with a fascinating discipline such as gymnastics and one of its most iconic interpreters, Nadia Comăneci

Montréal 1976 | Comăneci and the price of the perfect ten
Did you know Kon Ichikawa depicted the 1964 Olympic Games in a documentary? Take a look at his humanistic approach to the event.
Minimalism and poetry in Kon Ichikawa's Tokyo Olympiad
The Tokyo 1964 Olympic Games
Cannes 2021 | The World Cinema is back
Read Lucia Marinelli's full report
Have you missed Giorgia Di Molfetta’s backstage from Cannes?
➡️ Check it out here.
Hypercritic Summer Festival 👒
Our Summer Festival continues throughout July, with a collection of our best records, handpicked by our authors and friends.
#Watch
13th |A lineage of racial oppression across 150 years
Suggested by Valeria Usala - TV Shows editor
Whiplash | Deromanticizing music and success
Suggested by Giovanni Di Rienzo - Comics editor
The Good Place could be a better place
Suggested by Cristina Danini - Movies, Books and TV Shows contributor
#Read
As I Lay Dying | A revolutionary literary style
Suggested By Flavia Di Mauro - Books and Music contributor
#Experience
Self-defence | How to translate through gesture
Suggested by Agnese Mosconi - Poems editor
The Raising of Lazarus shows Caravaggio’s innovations
Suggested by Helena Santidrián Mas - Art contributor
Have you made up your mind yet? What’s your favorite record so far?
Tell us on InstagramTwitter, and Facebook!✨
See you next week!
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