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Indeed, Lydia’s own fight for her position, as a woman in a male-dominated industry, is slowly losing relevance to her public brand; from her vaunted vantage, she struggles to see the struggles of others. That scene, and the opinions she spouts within it, introduces us to Tár’s compellingly ugly core; how that same tunnel vision applies to her behavior within the industry is what transforms the film into a spiraling psycho-thriller. Is Lydia Tár simply a delusional narcissist, or do the flock of former students and apprentices who eventually accuse her of being dangerously—and often sexually—manipulative have the evidence to back up their claims? In a recent interview with the Film at Lincoln Center Podcast, Blanchett described Tár—which presents her knottiest and arguably best performance to date—as a movie about ”a sort of fall from grace, a come-to-Jesus moment, and…the creative process.”

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Indeed, Lydia’s own fight for her position, as a woman in a male-dominated industry, is slowly losing relevance to her public brand; from her vaunted vantage, she struggles to see the struggles of others. That scene, and the opinions she spouts within it, introduces us to Tár’s compellingly ugly core; how that same tunnel vision applies to her behavior within the industry is what transforms the film into a spiraling psycho-thriller. Is Lydia Tár simply a delusional narcissist, or do the flock of former students and apprentices who eventually accuse her of being dangerously—and often sexually—manipulative have the evidence to back up their claims? In a recent interview with the Film at Lincoln Center Podcast, Blanchett described Tár—which presents her knottiest and arguably best performance to date—as a movie about ”a sort of fall from grace, a come-to-Jesus moment, and…the creative process.”

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Don’t call it a comeback (or a retirement). With a riveting 7-6, 2-6, 6-2 victory over second-seeded Anett Kontaveit of Estonia, Serena Williams gave the sold-out crowd of 29,959 superfans at the Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in Queens something to lose their minds about: The upset means she moves on to the third round of what she’s indicated would be her final U.S. Open. (Those fans included Serena’s mother, Oracene; sister Venus; husband Alexis Ohanian with their daughter Olympia; Zendaya; Tiger Woods; Spike Lee; Billie Jean King; Gladys Knight; Dionne Warwick; Lindsey Vonn; Seal; and New York state governor Kathy Hochul.) Playing lights-out tennis from the get-go, Serena saved the only break point she faced in the first set before taking it in a tiebreak, 7-6, on a blistering ace. Kontaveit seemed to find her game in the second, and for a moment the momentum turned entirely. But behind her booming serve and bombastic ground strokes, Serena owned the final set—not just the court but seemingly the entire stadium: On a crucial point early in that third set, when an excruciatingly close call went Kontaveit’s way and the crowd began booing, Serena wagged a finger at the crowd, as if to say No, no—not now, and the crowd was silenced.

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