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Film Review: Les Hautes Solitudes
Strictly recommended for hard-core cineastes only.
Film Review: Kiki
Not as much fun as you’d expect, but an honest, if heavy-spirited, take on today’s house scene.
Film Review: Lovesong
Discretion is the better part of boredom here.
Film Review: Sex Doll
Listless, highly predictable study of a call girl in trouble and her stalwart, if punk-like, hero.
Film Review: Chapter & Verse
The utter realness of this story and the way it has been handled is the resonating strength of Jamal Joseph’s gripping, affecting study of survival in today’s Harlem.
Film Review: This Is Everything: Gigi Gorgeous
She is her own dream come true—a vision of manmade loveliness—but is that all there is, to warrant a Barbara Kopple doc?
Film Review: Midsummer in Newtown
The actual name of the Sandy Hook child killer is barely mentioned, and that is typical of the graceful sensitivity and care which inform this heartbreaking but ultimately radiant doc about the aftermath of an unthinkable tragedy.
Film Review: Confidential Assignment
This adrenaline-filled cop caper, featuring an unlikely Mutt-and-Jeff pair from two Koreas, delivers solid entertainment and lovable characters.
Film Review: Paris 05:59: Théo & Hugo
Heterosexual viewers might need a warning regarding the unbridled, homoerotic and lengthy opening of what is ultimately a very fine film with something to say to everyone.
Film Review: Bakery in Brooklyn
It’s almost guaranteed that this overbaked, underwhelming confection will give you cinematic indigestion.
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