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A strong 'Yes' to the film 'No'
Chile, 1988, held a most unusual plebiscite: vote "yes" or "no" to continue for eight more years the rule of dictator Augusto Pinochet. Having come to power in 1973 in a CIA-backed, military coup, Pinochet has reluctantly yielded to international…
‘Ginger and Rosa’: Best Friends Forever?
Immediately after a photo of an atom bomb’s mushroom cloud, the prologue of “Ginger and Rosa” moves from Hiroshima 1945 to London 1945 in a maternity ward where two women reach out to each other as they labor and where…
"The Royal Tenenbaums"
Film directors crave recognition as distinctive, unique voices and stylists. Add a bonus for entertainment value, and this achievement becomes exceedingly rare. But not for writer/director Wes Anderson whose signature defines his films as definitively HIS--a combination of an offbeat,…
‘Admission’ Admits to a Failure of the System
Do not expect to find the quirky character that Tina Fey usually plays in the admissions director she plays in “Admission.” This is not a role that depends on silliness as much as it does on the pedestrian, on figuring…
Maffe Tiga
Washington University hosts the African Film Festival from Friday, March 22nd through Sunday, March 24th. It includes three feature fiction premieres preceded by three accompanying short films. There's also a Saturday youth matinee of African animation accompanied by a short…
'Lore' tells a story of betrayal rarely breathed
Lore, the nickname for Hannelore, is the title character of this most arresting film about a family. The year is 1945, the season is spring; the family comprises Mutti, Vati, two sisters, Lore and Liesel; twin brothers, Jurgen and Gunther,…
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