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Review: 'Matraga'

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A Brazilian bandit farmer sees the light, only to be faced with more violent enemies in "Matraga," the kind of film where you'd half-expect to see a miniature angel and devil do battle while perched…

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Review: 'Rosa La China'

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For a film set in Cuba in the turbulent 1950s, "Rosa La China" is amazingly uninvolving. Inspired by the era's popular radio soap operas, film boasts impressive credits, not least a screenplay by one…

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Review: 'Phantom'

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Heralded even before its arrival as the film scandalo of the Venice competition, "Phantom" is an initially compelling odyssey through a cold and emotionless nocturnal realm whose exploration of the…