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Film, "The East": The Eco-Terrorists Have Won ... Our Hearts

"The East": The Eco-Terrorists Have Won ... Our Hearts

In the opening scenes of Zal Batmanglij's The East, it's established that protagonist Sarah Moss (co-screenwriter Brit Marling) is a devout Christian. But as the story unfolds and intelligence operative Sarah infiltrates a freegan eco-terrorist collective called The East, her…
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Film, "Sound of My Voice": Low-Budget Thriller Misses Mark

"Sound of My Voice": Low-Budget Thriller Misses Mark

Twentysomething Silver Lake couple Peter (Christopher Denham) and Lorna (Nicole Vicius) talk their way into an unnamed cult that meets to follow the teachings of the enigmatic Maggie (Brit Marling). A glowing blonde dressed in white shrouds with a respirator…
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Film, "Another Earth": Shoestring Sci-Fi Meets Treacly Redemption Drama

"Another Earth": Shoestring Sci-Fi Meets Treacly Redemption Drama

There may be nothing as Old Hollywood as the narrative about a pretty girl summoning up a dose of pluck to triumph over adversity. And yet Brit Marling — the lithe, stunning co-writer and star of 2011 Sundance Film Festival…
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Film, Sundance dominated by cults and the uncertain future

Sundance dominated by cults and the uncertain future

In Mike Cahill's Another Earth — a multiple prize-winner at this year's Sundance Film Festival and one of two titles co-written by and starring the festival's biggest breakout, Brit Marling — both hope and anxiety follow the discovery of Earth…
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