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Film, "Ida": A Search for Truth in Postwar Poland

"Ida": A Search for Truth in Postwar Poland

Pawel Pawlikowski's atmospheric, black and white Ida is a film out of time, like a 1950s Andrzej Wajda script directed by Jim Jarmusch in the 1980s. And that befits the title character, an orphan raised in a convent in early…
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Film, "Woman in the Fifth": Ethan Hawke Gets Weird in Paris

"Woman in the Fifth": Ethan Hawke Gets Weird in Paris

The first film from émigré director Pawel Pawlikowski since 2004's dreamy My Summer of Love, this thoroughly odd and brooding psycho-puzzle trains in on Ethan Hawke's displaced American writer-academic, arrived in Paris to see his ex-wife and young daughter despite…
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Film, Girls Interrupted

Girls Interrupted

Not many people saw Lost and Delirious, the 2001 boarding-school drama about two girls in obsessive love, and that was probably for the best. Yes, Piper Perabo (Coyote Ugly) made a stunning androgynous rebel, but she couldn't rescue the film…
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