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Daily Archives: September 18, 2021
Netflixable? French cops bend the rules and pay the price getting their bust in “The Stronghold (BAC Nord)”
Whatever sway the police may have on the streets of Marseilles, in the high rise projects on its northern edges, the gangs run the show. The cops, even the elite “BAC” special squads, avoid them. Merely driving up earns a … Continue reading
Bathed in small town and newspaper life nostalgia, “Storm Lake” preserves, under glass, a moment in time. We see what might be the last burst of glory for a Pulitzer Prize-winning small town Iowa newspaper as it doggedly carries on, … Continue reading
Movie Preview: Jenkins, Schumer, Yuen, Feldstein and Squibb bring an acclaimed play to the screen, “The Humans”
A24 has this one, a Nov. 24 release.