San Sebastian Film Festival

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Review: 'The Firm Land'

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A quietly effective, simply told parable of resistance to the heartlessness of the state, Chapour Haghighat's "The Firm Land" celebrates traditional community values even as it records their decline.

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Review: 'Amateurs'

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A teenage orphan goes searching for her long-lost father and instead finds an older man yearning for someone to care for in sophomore helmer Gabriel Velazquez's solid but uninvolving "Amateurs."

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Review: 'The Wicked One'

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Nobody can stop Yoli from her dream of sultry diva stardom in "The Wicked One," a remarkably corny and old-fashioned potboiler from co-directors Lilian Rosado and Pedro Perez-Rosado, whose last was…

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Review: 'Noise'

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Switching gears from atmospheric horror pic "Bad Blood," helmers Tiago Guedes and Frederico Serra delve into the unbearable miserableness of being with the unrelentingly dreary "Noise."

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