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Review: ‘Betrayal’

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A dense, info-laden and handsomely produced docu, "Betrayal" charts the firsthand efforts of a former friend to get at the inner workings of enigmatic Sascha Anderson who, for 20 years, led a double…

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Review: ‘The Shadow’

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From a box office standpoint, the more pertinent question than "Who knows what evil lurks in the hearts of men?" may be "Who knows or cares anything about the Shadow?"-- a character whose heyday came…

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Review: ‘Otaku’

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Acoolly fascinating look at the techno-cocooning, gizmo-worshipping and obsessive doll-collecting of a substantial slice of urban male Japanese society, Jean-Jacques Beineix's "Otaku" suggests that…

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Review: ‘The Lullaby’

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Debut feature from Georgian femme helmer Nana Dzanelidze is a handsomely filmed but indigestibly syrupy fable about reaffirming national and cultural identity. Earnest humanistic quality could usher…

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Review: ‘Makarov’

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Like its double-entendre title, "Makarov" is a richly layered film that juxtaposes the tradition of image-laden Russian poetry against gritty, crime-infested, post-revolutionary Moscow. Guns have…

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