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Daily Archives: November 22, 2020
Landmark Film Review: “The Killing Floor,” a classic of Labor and African American cinema, newly restored
Long before the streaming services made the label “made for television movie” respectable, there were stand-outs in the stepsister genre that showed you didn’t need Hollywood backing to make a good movie. Spielberg’s breakout “Duel” is the best known example. … Continue reading
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