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Film Review: Wormwood
The theatrical edit of Errol Morris’ four-hour, partially dramatized nonfiction dive into the conspiracy theories swirling around the 1953 death of a researcher in a CIA experiment is an unforgettable experience.
Film Review: Killing for Love
A bloody 1985 double homicide and the media hysteria that encircled it are revisited in this deeply sourced but frustrating investigation of whether justice was truly served.
Film Review: Miss Kiet's Children
Affecting doc about one teacher’s handling of a classroom filled with immigrant children, probingly filmed but with a graceful tact.
Film Review: November Criminals
Unfocused and unconvincing.
Film Review: Quest
Quest offers a haunting glimpse of a lower-income family’s resilience under extreme pressure.
Film Review: Bullet Head
A bracing movie about animal abuse and human desperation, 'Bullet Head' makes its point without being preachy or sanctimonious.
Film Review: The Pirates of Somalia
A tedious real-life story about an aspiring journalist who traveled to Somalia to report on its headline-making pirates.
Film Review: Bill Frisell: A Portrait
Intimate look at a guitarist and composer whose work has crossed several genres, with snippets of performances.
Film Review: Hollow in the Land
Entertaining indie thriller centered on a small town in British Columbia’s hinterlands where everyone works at the pulp mill.
Film Review: Foxtrot
From the director of 'Lebanon,' this anatomy of a family tragedy, anchored by a stunning turn from Lior Ashkenazi, mingles realism and the surreal to convey the immorality of war.
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