Jonathan Holland

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Review: ‘Iris’

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In spite of the emotionally potent theme of Catalan helmer Rosa Verges' Spanish Civil War romancer never comes close to provoking either a tear or, intentionally at least, a smile. Prospects are…

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Review: ‘Roma’

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Argentine helmer Adolfo Aristarain turns a compassionate eye toward his own spiritual and political education in the rangy, quietly affecting and rewardingly intense "Roma," his most achieved work to…

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Review: ‘Sex’

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"The most boring thing about sex," says a character in Antonio Dyaz's sophomore effort, "is talking about it." That's exactly what happens in pretentious and sluggish piece about a bunch of nuclear…

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Review: ‘A+’

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A distinctive, willfully edgy low-budgeter, with three interlocking narratives centered on journeys to a pop-music fest, "A+" gets top marks for style but B- for substance. Eye-catching sophomore…

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