Reviews

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Review: ‘Gentila’

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In "Gentila," a gentle Israeli road movie, three sensitive down-and-out youths and one baddie circle the country in a van, putting up flags at gas stations for Independence Day. The political…

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Review: ‘See the Sea’

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Francois Ozon, whose short films such as "La petite mort" and "Une robe d'ete" have traveled widely, expands his horizons with the medium-length feature "See the Sea." Slated for limited theatrical…

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Review: ‘Partisans’

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Italian filmmakers Guido Chiesa and Davide Ferrario scored some fest travel with their 1995 documentary "Materiale resistente" (aka "Bella ciao"), which explored the legacy left by WWII Resistance…

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Review: ‘Public Housing’

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Frederick Wiseman's new mega-docu is an unflinching yet surprisingly upbeat look at life in the projects. Length and production non-values will probably guarantee that "Public Housing" remains mostly…

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Review: ‘Green Day’

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News out of the Green Day camp since the release of the band's third Reprise disc, "Nimrod," has been heavy on criticism and destruction, a deflection of attention from their melodic brand of punk…

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Review: ‘Scream 2’

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There are certain tacit rules that need to be followed in the making of a sequel, notes a character in "Scream 2." He cites only a couple of the more banal truisms, but there's no question that the…

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