A wayward son's standoffish attitude toward his ex-con father leads to a sour harvest in "Father's Acre," a lean, mean debut feature by Magyar writer-director Viktor Oszkar Nagy.
Shakespeare & Co., which has been ever-more firmly ensconced in the elegant Berkshire hills town of Lenox, Mass., since its founding 22 years ago, took a giant step forward on April 10 when it…
Transferring "King Lear" to the American Midwest may be a crackerjack idea, but "A Thousand Acres" leaves Shakespeare stranded in the high corn. Owing more to the spirit of Oprah than to the Bard…
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