Non-Fiction Movie Review: Change is tiresome in latest Olivier Assayas outing
By Andrea Thompson
Non-Fiction wastes little time getting to the issues that are at its heart, opening with a discussion of a book on politics that’s causing a stir. Or at least ripples. Seeing as how the film is set in the world of Parisian publishers, it makes sense that the characters would spend their time discussing books, how modern audiences value art (or don’t), and how the written word and the business around it is changing in our digital era.