Private LifeOctober 1, 2018 at 9:53 pm by Ray Pride by Ray PrideOctober 1, 2018Ray PrideRay Pride is Newcity’s film critic and a contributing editor to Filmmaker magazine. His history of Chicago “Ghost Signs” in words and images is in the works. Previews on Twitter (twitter.com/chighostsigns) as well as photography on Instagram: instagram.com/raypride.Twitter: twitter.com/RayPride.Related Stories Life, Then Nothing: A Review of Chicago-Set "What They Had" Loss, loss, and loss are on the menu, and it’s a smorgasbord of talk.Daunting Beauty: A Review of A Hidden Life "A Hidden Life" passes like the sun across the sky and clouds across the Alps, warming, falling, brutally assured. It is timeless and it is timely."One Day In My Life": A Review of Canadian Debut "Werewolf" Tactful watching of a hopelessly young, homeless and addicted couple.Reclaiming His Time: Hal Hartley On a Life Of "Trust" Hal Hartley expands on reclaiming a life making movies, including "Trust," presented by the Chicago Film Society in a new 35mm print.Fluid Mechanic: Claire Denis On High Life It's about time. It's about space. The Double Life of Movies: Reading Olivier Assayas' Non-Fiction Life imitates art, once more, always: another bittersweet comedy of terroirs from the effortless Olivier Assayas.