Deborah Young

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Review: ‘Night Bus’

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One of a sandstorm of tales set during the Iran-Iraq war in the '80s, "Night Bus" has a pleasing spareness to its all-male tale about three Iranians charged with driving through the desert to deliver…

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Review: ‘Uranya’

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Following last year's "Chariton's Choir," "Uranya" is another attempt to concoct a charming coming-of-age tale set in 1968 during Greece's military dictatorship. Here the protags are a band of young…

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Review: ‘Riza’

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A Dostoevsky-like atmosphere of doom and gloom hangs heavy over a truck driver pushed to commit a terrible crime and then shaken by remorse in Tayfun Pirselimoglu's sober but occasionally intriguing…

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Review: ‘Shelter’

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Two gay women returning from a holiday inadvertently bring home a Moroccan stowaway who drives a wedge between them, in Marco Simon Puccioni's improbable menage-a-trois, "Shelter." Uneasily mingling…

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