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Greta Gerwig's Adaptation of Loneliness in Louisa May Alcott's 'Little Women'

Greta Gerwig's film adaptation of Louisa May Alcott's classic novel Little Women strays from the dominating theme of existential loneliness.

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2017 Fall Film Preview: At Last, the Film Industry Awakens From Its Slumber

From Gary Oldman in The Darkest Hour to James Franco's meta-experiment Blade Runner: 2049 and Daniel Day-Lewis's final role, here are the movies you'll want to watch ... and a couple you might not.

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'20th Century Women' Holds Particular Relevance for 21st Century Women

As much as it considers the past, 20th Century Women's profound confidence in women's strength and ingenuity proposes a way to look forward.

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The Guy in the Green Socks: Interview with 'Damsels in Distress' Director Whit Stillman

If Damsels in Distress has any one theme to conveys that no matter how eccentric, affected, or even arrogant an individual may seem, their feelings and struggles are the same as ours. Director Whit Stillman talks to PopMatters about creating his newest universe.

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SXSW Film Festival Day 4: Another Earth and The Dish & The Spoon

Another Earth is an absorbing sci-fi drama/romance that the less you know about, the better. If you were lucky enough to have seen Moon without knowing anything about it, this is like that.

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Hannah Takes the Stairs

The 'mumblecore' approach may alienate those expecting a glossy indie, but it's a welcome respite from the typical costume dramas and crime epics.

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Nights and Weekends

In brief scenes, lovely or tense, mostly unresolved, Nights and Weekends indicates a slow, almost imperceptible evolution in the relationship.

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Baghead

The Duplass brothers' Baghead is a mumblecoreish meditation on the increasingly permeable boundaries between movies and life.


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