Jay Weissberg

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Review: 'Piter'

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The vacuum left by the Soviet Union's collapse is the subtext of "Piter," an absorbing look at seven residents of St. Petersburg and their conflicted relationship to both past and future. While…

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Review: 'Detroit'

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Nothing is certain in "Detroit," an unsettling, at times perplexing look at a man's shaky hold on reality. Driven by an intense performance that won Christoph Bach the actor award at Munich, pic…

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Review: 'Fighting Fish'

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Proudly billed as a first in the genre, young helmer Jamel Aattache's ho-hum "Fighting Fish" is unlikely to stir wild international demand for more Dutch martial arts films. Attempt to combine kung…

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Review: 'South'

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The small-screen penchant for overwrought breast cancer melodramas tends to drown out more psychologically acute portrayals, so it's refreshing to find a film that addresses the issue in a restrained…

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Review: 'Requiem'

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The death in 2003 of Fiat head Giovanni Agnelli occurred amid chronic crisis in the Italian car firm. Helmer Gianfranco Barberi aims to explore the public reaction to Agnelli's death in "Requiem," a…

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Review: 'Words'

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The "Words" just don't stop coming when an attractive young ecologist lectures her friends about how nearly perfect her relationship was, but auds will wish she'd find something else to say in Corso…

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