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Review: ‘Believe Me’

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Adelightful little film about God and incest, "Believe Me" retells Thomas Mann's story "The Holy Sinner" with humble originality in an imaginative backwoods Brazilian idiom. Its naive religiosity…

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Review: ‘Driftwood’

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An interesting, if unoriginal, idea that floats around in a largely undramatic sea, "Driftwood" is "Damage" without the star-power or production values. This low-key drama about a female wacko who…

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Review: ‘Dogtown’

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George Hickenlooper once made a fine documentary about Peter Bogdanovich, and "Dogtown," with its collection of small-town losers, lost dreams and even a crumbling old theater marquee, clearly aims…

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Review: ‘Levitation’

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Unlikely to raise spirits or box office, "Levitation" is a grim, convoluted saga of identity and belonging. An ill-fitting combination of melodrama and magic realism, the indie effort will have a…

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Review: ‘Little City’

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The self-absorbed, love-seeking characters in "Little City" are so congenial and the actors so sexy and delightful that one is willing to forgive some of the film's structural and technical flaws…

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