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Review: ‘Blank Page’

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First feature in 13 years from strongly independent helmer Naser Taghvai ("Captain Korshid," "O Iran"), "Blank Page" has much to say about contemporary middle-class life. Its portrait of a restless…

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Review: ‘Our Times’

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By DEBORAH YOUNG Both a fascinating glimpse into the recent presidential elections in Iran and a devastating portrait of women’s role in society, “Our Times” is a refreshing documentary antidote to a…

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Review: ‘Sogobi’

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Among the most thoughtful and rewarding practitioners of truly independent-minded American cinema over the last three decades, James Benning concludes his most recent trilogy of 90-minute pics on…

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Review: ‘Mutants’

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"Mutants" is an incisive, small-scale first feature from Hungarian Film School graduate Katalin Godros. A sensitively made teenage road movie, pic is probably too modest to gain much attention, but…

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Review: ‘KT’

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The abduction and attempted murder of South Korean opposition leader (now president) Kim Dae-jung in Tokyo in August 1973 is the subject of "KT," a political procedural that's less interested in…

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