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Local opening date: February 26, 2010 Reviewed by Diane Carson Theatrical and stylized, Michael Haneke's The White Ribbon finds a German village pre-WWI suffused with acts of cruelty by respected adults and unknown perpetrators-a barn burned, despicable verbal insults hurled,…
Local opening date: February 19, 2010 Reviewed by Diane Carson My immediate association for the great Russian writer Leo Tolstoy is War and Peace and Anna Karenina. Now, happily, new chapters will be added for most of us with director/writer…
February 12 through 14, 2010 Reviewed by Diane Carson For over forty years, producer, director and sometimes editor Frederick Wiseman has crafted his unique nonfiction films. Choosing institutions rather than individuals as his subject, adding no interpretive voiceover narration, interjecting…
February 6 and 7, 2010 Reviewed by Diane Carson Producers/directors Aaron Aites and Audrey Ewell present an unsettling documentary in the provocatively titled Until the Light Takes Us. Nonjudgmentally, calmly, Aites and Ewell pepper interviews with Norwegian black metal musicians…
Local opening date: February 5, 2010 Reviewed by Diane Carson As curious as the title Police, Adjective, this Romanian film redefines its procedural, detective genre. Almost nothing expected happens; in fact, almost nothing happens at all. And yet lives hang…
Local opening date: February 5, 2010 Reviewed by Diane Carson German director Werner Herzog loves dangerous situations with individuals physically and emotionally teetering on the edge-Aguirre: The Wrath of God, Fitzcarraldo, and Grizzly Man. Continuing that vein is Bad Lieutenant:…
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