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Daily Archives: March 8, 2022
Encounters with real-life survivors of the Holocaust can be wrenchingly emotional. The stories of suffering and travail, the grim resignation of starvation and sudden, brutal death all around you, the soul-searing realization of the inhumanity of humanity can turn even … Continue reading
There’s no horror movie that’s ever been made that wouldn’t benefit from a proper blood-curdling scream, delivered at the right moment by a character under life-threatening distress. Screen veteran Melora Walters of “Dead Poet’s Society,” “Beneath the Leaves,” “Big Love” … Continue reading
There are more than a few laughs in the coming-of-age dramedy “The Invisible Thread,” about a teen coming to terms with himself and his life with “my two dads.” This Italian “Around the World with Netflix” outing (in Italian, or … Continue reading
This minimalist, mostly wordless depiction of a milk cow’s life, with human analogies as we see the world from two females’ point of view, has endless buzz, an April 8 release date and almost no awards season attention. “Cow” is … Continue reading