Ronnie Scheib

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Review: 'Mother'

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Documentarian Miklos Gimes grew up wondering about his father, a martyr of the Hungarian revolt, but finds that the greater mystery is his mother. Gimes meshes private and public history through…

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Review: 'Black Cadillac'

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Crisp, tightly edited action and believably written, well-thesped relationships among middle-class teens being chased by a mysterious car through redneck country elevate "Black Cadillac" beyond its…

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Review: 'Ash Tuesday'

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"Ash Tuesday," composed of intersecting stories of morose New Yorkers still trying to pick up the pieces after 9/11, feels like an existential play poorly adapted for the screen. Actors make their…

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Review: 'Divan'

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Pearl Gluck's "Divan" is a personal diary film that traces a woman's quest for individual and cultural identity through her stubborn fixation on an object, in her case a couch. Pic may stall in cable…

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