Richard Kuipers

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Review: 'Cape No. 7'

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A big-hearted let's-put-on-a-show comedy centered on a despondent musician who gets his mojo back with a band of eccentric amateurs in his provincial hometown, "Cape No. 7" reps a promising debut by…

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Review: 'Nanayo'

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Japanese helmer Naomi Kawase continues to steer a strictly arthouse course with "Nanayo," an exercise in largely nonverbal dynamics throwing together a Japanese woman and a French man in a Thai house…

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Review: 'Brutus '

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A sincere call for environmental protection and the rights of displaced indigenous communities, "Brutus" sweetens its sometimes labored messages with a charming coming-of-age romance and eye-catching…

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Review: 'Boses'

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Music mends the troubled souls of an abused child and a reclusive violin player in the uplifting "Boses." Filipina helmer Ellen Ongkeko-Marfil's second feature is a sensitively handled plea for the…

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Review: 'Exhausted'

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Morbidly fascinating before sinking into grotesquerie of the most confrontational kind, "Exhausted" charts the supremely depressing relationship of a pimp and a prostitute in a bleak industrial…

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