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Elaine May's understanding of masculinity goes beyond what men would be afraid to admit, even today.
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Christian Petzold's newest film only ever raises up the feeling of anxiety to a maximum.
Cinema's two greatest Bergmans come together in a cathartic family drama like no other.
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Mamoru Hosoda's newest feature stays simple, but remains nonetheless effective in its intent to reach children.