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Stop Breaking Down: HANGOVER SQUARE

As stated in a post-credit scrawl, George Harvey Bone is a distinguished London composer. And as will soon be seen, he is well-respected and charming, with devoted friends and a burgeoning artistic career. However, in […]

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ZELIG, The Comic Conformist

Referred to by an assenting Susan Sontag as “the phenomenon of the twenties,” Leonard Zelig captured the Jazz Age imagination of an adoring global populace. As recounted in Woody Allen’s Zelig, however, such capricious popularity […]

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Criterion is in a PANIQUE!

Don’t be fooled by the fact that Patrice Leconte’s Monsieur Hire (1989) ends tragically. Despite an ending that guarantees the triumph of justice and the punishment of evil, Julien Duvivier’s Panique—the earlier French adaptation of […]

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