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Film Review: Lover for a Day
In Philippe Garrel’s latest film, pictorial flair almost compensates for narrative familiarity.
Film Review: My Art
Clever re-imaginings of scenes from old Hollywood movies enliven this offbeat dramedy about a middle-aged female artist trying to jump-start her art-making career.
Film Review: My Coffee with Jewish Friends
Flawed yet interesting exploration of contemporary Jewish identity.
Film Review: Django
Great musician; dull, hollow film.
Film Review: Sheikh Jackson
Quiet drama 'Sheikh Jackson' tells a coming-of-age story and a come-back-to-God story that barely meet in the middle.
Film Review: In the Land of Pomegranates
An inexhaustible subject gets a less than efficacious workover here.
Film Review: In Between
A propulsive debut from Maysaloun Hamoud.
Film Review: Stratton
A serviceable action thriller pitting a crack M16 against a Russian terrorist, 'Stratton' lacks the overpowering wow factor needed to compete against bigger-budget films in theatrical markets.
Film Review: Blame
A strong filmmaking debut from the multi-talented Quinn Shephard.
Film Review: The Strange Ones
Secrets curl with thick dread around a man and boy on the run from a dark past in this elliptical and mysterious road movie.
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