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Film Review: What They Had

Terrific performances and an authentic portrait of a heartbreaking illness mark the touching drama What They Had, in which Hilary Swank and Michael Shannon play two very different …
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Film Review: The Providers

“Last year, 70,000 deaths in rural America could have been prevented with better access to health care.” Those words open Laura Green and Anna Moot-Levin’s The Providers, which loo…
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Film Review: Weed The People

Its playful title notwithstanding, Weed the People is a tough watch—but it’s definitely worth sticking with it. Abby Epstein’s documentary looks at the use of medical marijua…
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Film Review: Cielo

Alison McAlpine’s visually ravishing documentary takes us to the Atacama Desert in Chile, where various scientists and oddball locals contemplate the immense, crystal-clear night s…
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FIlm Review: City of Joy

The “city of joy” referred to in the title of Madeleine Gavin’s documentary is not a city at all, but a complex that serves as a shelter, rehabilitation center, and education organ…
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Film Review: Sunday's Illness

AN INTIMATE FAMILY DRAMA shot like a slow-burn horror movie, Spanish director Ramon Salazar’s film centers on an odd, evocative arrangement: An aging, wealthy woman is confronted o…
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Film Review: Strangers on the Earth

TRISTAN COOK’S intriguingly conceived documentary follows the American cellist Dane Johansen as he treks the famous pilgrimage path known as the Camino de Santiago, which stretches…
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Film Review: Far from the Tree

EVERY PARENT at some point has to contend with the fact that their child is a different person, with his or her own desires, needs, and ways of seeing the world. Based on Andrew So…
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Film Review: The Seagull

MICHAEL MAYER’S frantic but atmospheric new film version of the classic play still makes the mistake of so many Anton Chekhov adaptations, which is to deemphasize the comedy. Chekh…
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