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Review: ‘Innocence’

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A somber drama about an ex-con who befriends a despairing alcoholic, "Innocence" is well made but at times overwrought. It may pick up bookings on the fest circuit, but will need a better-subtitled…

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Review: ‘Made Men’

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A group of working-class, Italian-American lads grow up together, argue with their girlfriends, get in too deep with the local mob and face those requisite "hard choices" in "Made Men." We've seen…

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Review: ‘Wild Games’

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Wild Games" is a stripped-bare psychodrama that's more tease than delivery. Recalling the '80s mind-game dramas of Michel Deville, but without their highly tuned scripts, Belgian helmer Benoit Lamy…

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Review: ‘Blue Moon’

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A potentially pretentious idea manages to skirt disaster and come up trumps in "Blue Moon," a relationships ensembler set among young Taiwanese urbanites that's made to be shown with the five reels…

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Review: ‘The Duo’

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A long-limbed tale of male friendship across some 40 years of Indian history, "The Duo" plays like a three-hour movie with an hour cut out. Too many plot bones and not enough emotional meat make this…

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