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Film, "One Day": Overly Broad and Kitschy Romantic Drama

"One Day": Overly Broad and Kitschy Romantic Drama

Directed by Danish filmmaker Lone Scherfig from a screenplay by David Nicholls, based on his novel, One Day stars Anne Hathaway as Emma, a too-serious would-be writer in Coke-bottle glasses and combat boots. She's nursing a crush on Dexter (Jim…
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Calendar, Night&Day <i>An Education</i>

An Education

The title is a double entendre in An Education, the film version of British journalist Lynn Barber’s memoir about the crash course she received in the “university of life” while studying for her A-levels in early-1960s suburban London. So, too,…
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Calendar, Night&Day <i>An Education</i>

An Education

The title is a double entendre in An Education, the film version of British journalist Lynn Barber’s memoir about the crash course she received in the “university of life” while studying for her A-levels in early-1960s suburban London. So, too,…
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Film, Kill Wil

Kill Wil

Suicide made merry. Brotherly devotion tinged with carnal deceit. Personal tragedy transformed by malicious humor. These are some of the oil-and-water notions advanced by Lone Scherfig's Wilbur, a mood-switching meditation on love and death that goes out of its way…
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