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'The Tribe' has been a major hit at every film festival it's played this year, and with good reason. It's a bold and striking story of love and violence, told entirely through sign language, and while it should be a hard sell for distributor Drafthouse Films, it's a worthwhile difficulty.
Drew McWeeny
Mon, Nov, 2014 - 04:45 PM UTC
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B+
One of the best films John Boorman ever made was 1987's 'Hope and Glory,' and now he's made a sequel to the film, and 'Queen and Country' proves that the veteran filmmaker still has his chops firmly in place.
Drew McWeeny
Thu, May, 2014 - 06:40 PM UTC
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B+
Andrew Hulme, an acclaimed British editor, has made his first film, and 'Snow In Paradise' proves to be a near-total refutation of the romanticized UK gangster movie lifestyle with a tremendous lead performance by Frederick Schmidt.
Drew McWeeny
Wed, May, 2014 - 09:45 PM UTC
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