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    It’s very tempting to describe — but totally unfair to dismiss — Nosipho Dumisa’s “Number 37” as a well-researched master’s thesis by a student of Alfred Hitchcock. Dumisa, an award-winning South African writer-director making her feature filmmaking debut, has brazenly borrowed from “Rear Window” for her scenario about an incapacitated petty criminal who views a [...]

  • 'Pyewacket' Review

    Film Review: 'Pyewacket'

    Intriguing Canadian horror pic “Pyewacket” is sort of “Lady Bird” in extremis: Its heroine is a teen caught in an antagonistic relationship with her single mum who becomes so unhappy that she casts an occult spell, to everyone’s eventual grief. A sinister mix of dysfunctional-adolescent drama and horror-movie elements, Adam MacDonald’s sophomore feature is perhaps [...]

  • 'Back to Burgundy' Review

    Film Review: 'Back to Burgundy'

    When I was 13 years old, my great-aunt arranged for me to visit a vineyard in France’s Loire Valley, where I was allowed to spend an afternoon planting grapevines with the family who had worked those fields for centuries. Together, we visited the facilities where the harvest was crushed and fermented, and tasted the wine [...]

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