By Cynthia Fuchs
Joe Mantegna brings to Rossi a singular mournfulness and lingering rage that are not turned inward and angsty, but instead bent outward, into a mien that looks cocky but is also ready for what's unknown.
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Author Lee Smith's Memoir Is a Balance of Sweetness and Heartbreak
Jlin: Black Origami
Wooden Wand: Clipper Ship
Walerian Borowczyk Explores the Obsessive Quest in 'Story of Sin'
Los Straitjackets: What's So Funny About Peace, Love and Los Straitjackets
Maybe What's Going on in 'Get Out' Is All in His Head
‘Shake It Up’: All the Music That’s Fit to Freak Out About
"Although sound issues delayed their set on the second night, Slowdive put on an unforgettable show in Brooklyn, or rather two shows.