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Movie Review: Cranston watches from the attic as his life and his wife move on in “Wakefield”
“Who hasn’t at least thought about it?” Howard Wakefield narrates, pleading his case. The idea of just…checking out, fleeing the scene, disappearing — Howard makes it feel like a logical alternative to participating in and walking through “the slow trajectory … Continue reading
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