‘All Dirt Roads Taste of Salt’ Review: A Pensive, Visually Sublime Patchwork of Mississippi Sense Memories

In the American South, they’ve been known to say, “A child’s gotta eat their share of dirt.” And Raven Jackson’s thoughtful, fragmentary portrait of a Black woman over four decades of rural Mississippian life certainly encompasses the kind of hard life lessons that could be thus summed up. But the strange poetry of the film’s […]

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