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‘Act of Killing’ Blurs Lines Between Fiction and Reality

By Stephanie Brown Joshua Oppenheimer’s The Act of Killing opens on a row of dancers in long skirts emerging gracefully from the mouth of a large fish. The next scene shows the dancers and several men in robes standing in front of a … Continue reading

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Discovering Adele in “Blue is The Warmest Color”

By Stephanie Foul Movies that give a blow to the face don’t come that often.   This film delivers punch, excitement, a visceral experience of the human condition and a story that reaches home during its entire running time. You might … Continue reading

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