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July 2016

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      True to Life: An Interview with Gena Rowlands

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      Gena Rowlands is one of the greatest living screen actresses, and the core of her best work is a series of films she did with her husband, writer and director John Cassavetes. The Metrograph will be hosting "Cassavetes / Rowlands" from July 15-24...
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        Life Refuses to Stand Still: Another Look at Steven Spielberg's "Always"

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        The recent box office disappointment of Steven Spielberg's "The BFG," a quiet story with a female protagonist, suggests that audiences have an expectation for the director: big, loud, splashy adventures (and he’s made some terrific ones). But...
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          Zero Days

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          With “Taxi to the Dark Side,” “Going Clear” and scads of other impressive titles to his credit, Alex Gibney has established himself as an incredibly prolific and gifted documentary-maker who is also extraordinarily...
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            Norman Lear: Just Another Version of You

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            “Norman Lear: Just Another Version of You” is a biography of one of TV’s most influential producers, and an influential American, period: the creator of “All in the Family,” “Maude,” “Good Times”...
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              Captain Fantastic

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              "Captain Fantastic," written and directed by "Silicon Valley"'s Matt Ross, presents a family who have retreated from the world into the wilderness of the Pacific Northwest. They are off the grid. They hunt for food. They are self-reliant. It's...
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                Our Little Sister

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                Japanese melodrama "Our Little Sister" is the rare film that captures the everyday pleasures and anguishes of family life. Adapted from Akimi Yoshida's serialized manga comic, writer/director Hirokazu Kore-eda focuses on three adult...
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                  Indian Point

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                  One of the first people the viewer meets in “Indian Point” is Brian Vangor, a nuclear engineer who’s been working at the Indian Point Energy Center, a nuclear power plant, for almost 40 years. Vangor is, as nuclear power plant...
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                    Cell

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                    For a cautionary tale issued well past its prime, “Cell” isn’t bad. More a leisurely paced, character-driven drama with horror elements than an outright thriller, “Cell” wants to warn viewers that they have become too...
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                      Fathers and Daughters

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                      Near the end of the insistently weepy “Fathers and Daughters,” Aunt Elizabeth (Diane Kruger, aged up with makeup) tells her niece Katie (Amanda Seyfried), with a weariness that can only be cultivated by a life of disappointment,...
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                        Brahman Naman

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                        The quote at the beginning of “Brahman Naman” gave me the big laugh I’ve been needing the past few days: “All said and done, the young male, anywhere in the world, is a rather ugly and pointless evolutionary...