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Daily Archives: July 7, 2015
When the big breakthrough comes, will most of the world even hear about it? If it’s an expensive, life-extension-by-transplanting-memories procedure , will the mega-rich even let the word get out? That’s the premise behind “Self/less,” a generic but still thought-provoking … Continue reading
In romance, lovers live in isolation, that “nation of two” that Kurt Vonnegut described in “Mother Night.” It’s a form of myopia, the young couple in “10,000 KM (Kilometers)” figure out. One can’t quite focus on both of the other’s … Continue reading
The sandy barrens of Australia’s Outback provide one last test of a married couple on the brink in “Strangerland.” An all-star Australian melodrama with a superb cast and a striking setting, it’s an intimate story of running away from the … Continue reading