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Film, "No Place on Earth": A Literal Underground Movement

"No Place on Earth": A Literal Underground Movement

Cinematographically, caves are a challenge. So are Nazi survival stories. Set the latter in the former and you've got a double-decker challenge — not impossible, but neither, alas, is it one to which Janet Tobias' well-intended documentary can rise. The…
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Calendar, Night&Day Horror Down Under

Horror Down Under

Holocaust culture has proven to be essentially infinite—almost 70 years since the end of World War II, and untold stories of decimation and survival are still hitting the mainstream. Agnieszka Holland's new film, In Darkness, opens a scab perhaps only…
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Film, "In Darkness": Recognizable Holocaust Story Still Affecting

"In Darkness": Recognizable Holocaust Story Still Affecting

Holocaust culture has proven to be essentially infinite — almost 70 years since the end of World War II, and untold stories of decimation and survival are still hitting the mainstream. Agnieszka Holland's new film, In Darkness, opens a scab…
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Mad Poets Society

Listening to the 19th-century French poets in director Agnieszka Holland's Total Eclipse talk about changing the world and inventing the future is like eavesdropping on a band of ambitious Martians. Their drive and pride are recognizable, but the characters themselves…
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