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Daily Archives: July 6, 2017
Movie Review: Laughs and fresh insights are rare in “Person to Person”
There’s a genre of indie films that once was only recognized by film festival directors and hardcore film festival-goers. A “film festival movie” is just interesting enough — by virtue of cast, location, themes or the occasional “one big scene” … Continue reading
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