Steven Gaydos

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Review: 'The Sundial'

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The late Jerry Garcia would have been the ideal viewer for "The Sundial," a chronicle of an aging Polish hippie couple's relationship and unorthodox backwoods lifestyle. Like Garcia internationally…

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Review: 'The Sundial'

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The late Jerry Garcia would have been the ideal viewer for "The Sundial," a chronicle of an aging Polish hippie couple's relationship and unorthodox backwoods lifestyle. Like Garcia internationally…

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Review: 'The Unseen'

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For reasons both historical and artistic, the short Czech feature doc "The Unseen" is something of a small wonder. Ostensibly about an unorthodox program that teaches photography to blind children…

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Review: 'Jugofilm'

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Safely ensconced in Vienna, the Serbian immigrant family of young Milan (Michi Jovanovic) seems far removed from the conflicts keeping them from returning home. The dangers of the war are clear to…

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Review: 'Forgotten Light'

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Aquantum leap forward from director Vladimir Michalek's last film, an unfulfilled adaptation of Franz Kafka's "Amerika," "Forgotten Light" is an accomplished interpretation and updating of a '30s-era…

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Review: 'Blue Heaven'

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A warm, generally engaging first feature by young Slovak director Eva Borusovicova, "Blue Heaven" analyzes the relationships among a mother, daughter and grandmother living in the lovely Slovak…

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Review: 'The Unseen'

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For reasons both historical and artistic, the short Czech feature doc "The Unseen" is something of a small wonder. Ostensibly about an unorthodox program that teaches photography to blind children…

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