Jay Weissberg

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Review: 'Rigoletto'

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Dutch opera bad girl Corina van Eijk re-imagines "Rigoletto" in a John Waters world, but in the process chucks out the emotion along with the meaning. Genuine feeling here is given low consideration…

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Review: 'The Garden'

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White man's burden turns nightmare in Zeka Laplaine's take on colonial conceit, "The Garden." It is hampered by a screenplay in which characters rep intellectual notions rather than real people, but…

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Review: 'Pirated Copy'

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Studio execs trying to rid China of illegal DVDs would tear their hair if they saw "Pirated Copy," a look at the pervasive influence those enticing discs have on the average Joe and Jane in Beijing…

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Review: 'Peep 'TV' Show'

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Raw, grainy and chockfull of "Matrix"-type mumbo-jumbo, "Peep 'TV' Show" tries hard to make a post-9/11 statement about reality and voyeurism, but despite occasional stylistic interest, the impact is…

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Review: 'En Route'

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Fear that one's knowledge of loved ones is somehow incomplete is at the core of Jan Kreuger's confident feature debut, in which a simple camping vacation opens a Pandora's box of unease and…

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