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Film Review: Our Blood is Wine
Beautiful doc journey into rustic, remote areas of the Republic of Georgia where humble families continue ancient, unique winemaking techniques. A pleasure for wine, nature and travel lovers alike.
Film Review: Maineland
The physical, intellectual and emotional journey of Chinese students transplanted to the state of Maine has its considerable rewards, as well as a couple of winning protagonists.
Film Review: Ramen Heads
The simplest dish—oh so familiar in your college days—is here entrancingly elevated to the most desired culinary art, not to mention obsession.
Film Review: Journey's End
Beautifully realized, hard-hitting yet intimate anti-war tale of a British military company embedded on the front lines in the final deadly months of WWI is exemplary art-house fare.
Film Review: Flower
Max Winkler’s darkly funny film is a daringly tricky coming-of-age tale that both loves and heals its imperfect characters.
Film Review: Allure
Bad love comes in several varieties in this thriller about a woman whose relationship with a teenager has dire consequences.
Film Review: 12 Days
Psychiatric patients argue for their freedom in a challenging documentary from French director Raymond Depardon.
Film Review: Furlough
This female version of an interracial “buddy movie” would not have been any better (or funnier) with two guys in the leads, so don’t blame Tessa Thompson and Melissa Leo for making 'Furlough' into a bit of a mish-mash.
Film Review: Dear Dictator
'Mean Girls' gets a Marxist twist in this slim satire, as a high-school outcast shelters a Third-World dictator.
Film Review: Josie
Silly, melodramatic stuff is this Southern-set “thriller,” which refuses to realize its campy potential and instead, regrettably, plays it straight.
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