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Film Review: Dayveon
Multihyphenate Amman Abbasi, a young filmmaker from Little Rock, Arkansas, crafts here a study of gang culture in an unusual rural setting, starring non-professional actors and found settings.
Film Review: The Limehouse Golem
Gor blimey, guvnor, it's a bit of a mess.
Film Review: Fun Mom Dinner
Boozy but never snoozy.
Film Review: Casting JonBenet
Dazzlingly stretches the boundaries of documentary filmmaking.
Film Review: The Student
A big step forward on the path of righteousness.
Film Review: Mimosas
Quite a slog for those with short attention spans, but pretty to look at.
Film Review: The Blackcoat's Daughter
An outstanding indie horror film.
Film Review: The Duelist
Once upon a time in St. Petersburg...
Film Review: A Street Cat Named Bob
Likely to get cat lovers purring with pleasure.
Film Review: Audrie & Daisy
Utterly devastating, but essential viewing.
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