Lawrence Christon

  • Film

The immigrant song

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When it comes to keeping up with entertainment news, the hyperinflation of showbiz reputations and the wall-to-wall litter of celebrity awards have grown so great that one could take a six-week…

  • Film

Dream weaver

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Is there any modern epic that could approach the success story of Walt Disney? Born in 1901 at the dawn of the American century, he became its quintessential prototype: Midwestern upbringing; genteel…

New York stories

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New York, hospitable to immigrants but famously inhospitable to its own residents and great lovesick apes, has drawn numerous film adjectives that tend to run along the lines of "Mean Streets," "Dead…

Review: ‘Nomade’

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"Nomade" is the third production in Cirque Eloize's nine-year history, and like the presentations of its more famous cousin Cirque de Soleil, it poses questions about what a circus can do both as…

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