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Review: ‘Driven’

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Dramatic but not entirely credible in all its particulars, “Driven” is a harsh fable about not making it in the American rat race. Michael Paradies Shoob’s debut demonstrates talent in the important…

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Review: ‘Snapshots’

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Musical numbers: "Snapshots," "New Kid in the Neighborhood," "Neat to Be a Newsboy," "Lion Tamer," "Extraordinary"/"Corner of the Sky," "With You," "Proud Lady," "Cold Enough to Snow"/"Where Did the…

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Review: ‘Little Angel’

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Abittersweet love story between a lonely east Berliner and a Polish black marketeer, "Little Angel" is a delight on almost every level. Transforming potentially downbeat material into often magical…

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Review: ‘Cosby’

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There's something immensely reassuring about the combination of Bill Cosby and television. The titles of his shows get progressively distilled, and so do the programs themselves, which reveal more…

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Review: ‘She-Wolf’

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Sicilian sensuality gets a handsome but emotionally unengaging treatment in "La Lupa," the tale of one woman's inadvertent war on sexual inhibition. Set in a rural 19th century village, film boasts a…

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Review: ‘Kissed’

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Lynne Stopkewich's "Kissed," an unusual portrait of a young woman's obsession with corpses, marks the impressive feature debut of a new Canuck directing voice , and features a captivating performance…

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Review: ‘The Pupil’

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Lushly mounted, Olivier Schatzky's "The Pupil," based on Henry James' story, is a nice, decorative costume drama about the complex relationship and turbulent lives of a repressed instructor and his…

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Review: ‘Rashomon’

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Aclash between style and content makes for an uneasy partnership in the Shaw Festival's production of Fay and Michael Kanin's "Rashomon," a 1959 stage adaptation of Ryunosuke Akutagawa's stories in…

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