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Reviews

Tuesday, October 15 2013

There are Several Versions of the Story in 'Capturing the Friedmans', Yet the Truth Remains Elusive

Capturing the Friedmans resonates in multiple ways, posing questions about truth, evidence, storytelling, and the improprieties of legal systems.


Monday, March 28 2011

Things Are All Too Real in 'All Good Things'

Many directors fudge true stories by introducing made-up or re-imagined material for effect; Andrew Jarecki fudges his fictional work by basically making it as true and accurate as possible.


Friday, December 3 2010

'All Good Things': Curling Inward

Ryan Gosling plays the suspected murderer, and it’s in his heavy-lidded, impenetrable stare and reluctant voice that the film finds its unsteady anchor.


Wednesday, June 18 2003

Capturing the Friedmans (2002)

The film bravely turns in on itself resolving nothing, and capturing less.


News

Wednesday, December 1 2010

Cold case, hot buttons: Andrew Jarecki's film is based on a missing woman

NEW YORK — Andrew Jarecki has identity issues: Wherever the entrepreneur turned filmmaker points his cameras, he unearths people acting as if they were someone else.


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