Michel Connelly

"Karakara"
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Review: 'Karakara'

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Lacking the depth and rigor of his 2005 Nippon-set "Kamataki," Claude Gagnon's new Japanese road movie ambles along amiably enough, recounting the odyssey of a 61-year-old Quebecois professor seeking…

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Review: 'Water'

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A clever idea proves to be more than a mere gimmick in this often powerful omnibus, using fiction and docu forms to look at Israeli-Palestinian tensions through the universal need for H2O.

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Review: 'Second Wind'

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"Second Wind" takes a second look at the late Jose Giovanni's tale of honor, and the lack of same, among thieves, the first of which was Jean-Pierre Melville's 1966 adaptation starring Lino Ventura.

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Review: 'Chamanka'

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After two decades of disconcerting French moviegoers with his erotic nihilism, helmer Andrzej Zulawski returns to his native Poland for "Chamanka," a story of lowlife academia and thundering sex in…

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