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Film Review: After Auschwitz
Lively and moving documentary about six women who survived the Holocaust to live fruitful lives that serve to defy the Nazis' extermination plans—and who are horrified to see history possibly repeating itself here.
Film Review: The Devil and Father Amorth
A far-too-credulous William Friedkin goes to Rome to film a supposedly real exorcism in what is little more than an amateurish paranormal TV special.
Film Review: Lives Well Lived
Every one of the 40 seniors interviewed in this beautifully respectful and affectionate doc abut aging emerges as a star. Bravi!
Film Review: Lou Andreas-Salomé, The Audacity To Be Free
An evocative, beautifully shot film about a little-known proto-feminist intellectual of the late 19th and early 20th century
Film Review: Beyond the Clouds
A high-pitched tale with ups and downs.
Film Review: This Is Our Land
A skillful interweaving of the personal and the political.
Film Review: Grace Jones: Bloodlight and Bami
Grace Jones, that imperishable, influential and agelessly sexy icon of musical icons, is fittingly ensconced in a doc as fascinating, unpredictable and glamorously funky as her own persona.
Film Review: Zama
Lucrecia Martel’s dense and sometimes deliberately disconcerting film takes you on a hallucinatory journey into the heart of colonial darkness.
Film Review: An Ordinary Man
This potentially fine film about a Bosnian War criminal and his need for companionship misses the mark but is interesting as an example of a current film genre.
Film Review: Krystal
A talented cast in top form can't salvage this Southern Gothic serio-comedy.
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