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Tuesday, November 1 2011

‘The Street: Complete Collection’: As Touching, Real and Thought-Provoking as the Best Literature

Set in a working class neighborhood in Manchester, The Street examines how minor revelations and everyday secrets transform our lives suddenly, inexplicably, inevitably.


Friday, June 6 2008

When Did You Last See Your Father?

Even as it explores familiar deceits and self-delusions, When Did You Last See Your Father? feels, in the end, as if it's entangled in them.


Friday, October 14 2005

MirrorMask (2005)

MirrorMask enforces duality at every step, from the art direction to the thematic subtext.


Tuesday, August 3 2004

The Reckoning (2004)

The Reckoning raises significant questions concerning how news and history are shaped by those with the power to name them.


Thursday, March 11 2004

The Reckoning (2004)

The Reckoning raises significant questions concerning how news and history are shaped by those with the power to name them.


Sunday, January 1 1995

Notting Hill (1999)

'The fame thing,' says fictional megawatt movie star Anna Scott, 'isn't really real.' And she should know, since she's played by real-life megawatt movie star Julia Roberts. The fame thing often does seem unreal to people who don't live it, so it's comforting to hear from Anna (or Julia) that it seems unreal to her as well


Croupier (1997/2000)


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