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September 2017

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      We Should Be So Lucky: A Tribute to Harry Dean Stanton

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      Legendary character actor Harry Dean Stanton passed away at the age of 91. Sheila O'Malley wrote our obituary, but we wanted to let other members of our staff share their thoughts on such an irreplaceable screen presence. BRIAN...
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        TIFF 2017: Midnight Madness, Part Two

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        I’m back with a follow-up to the mega-famous report on the first half of 2017’s TIFF Midnight Madness program, in which I was remarkably optimistic about the state of the program, lavishing praise on “Revenge,”...
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          Harry Dean Stanton: 1926-2017

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          "I want to dance with Harry DeanDrive through Texas in a black limousineI want a piece of heaven 'fore I die."- Debbie Harry, "I Want That Man"He had a face like a medieval wood cut—angular, cheeks caved in, a twisted thin-lipped mouth and...
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            TIFF 2017: “The Day After,” “Prototype,” “Zama,” “Let the Corpses Tan”

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            If you’re even slightly familiar with the work of Korean auteur Hong Sang-soo, then chances are you can guess the various plot elements in “The Day After,” his third feature of 2017. There’s infidelity, drinking, long...
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              TIFF 2017: “55 Steps,” “Three Christs,” “The Children Act”

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              I saw Bille August’s “55 Steps” and Jon Avnet’s “Three Christs” the same morning and details of the two films are swimming and blending together in my head, and not only because they’re both based on...
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                Strong Island

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                In "Strong Island," Yance Ford, the director, speaks directly to the camera about his brother's murder 20 years ago, and about the resultant shattering of his family. The camera is close to Ford's intense face, very close, almost blotting out the...
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                  First They Killed My Father

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                  Angelina Jolie's "First They Killed My Father" is far and away her best work as a director: a rare film about a national tragedy told through the eyes and mind of a child, and as fine a war movie as has ever been made. Adapted by Jolie and co-writer...
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                    Rat Film

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                    Early on in "Rat Film," Edmund, the philosophical rat exterminator, exclaims: "There ain't never been a rat problem in Baltimore. There's a people problem." Unpacking what Edmund means by that is part of the goal of Theo Anthony's eccentric...
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                      American Assassin

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                      "American Assassin" is an action film, a spy thriller, a meditation on revenge, and a story about mentors and pupils, but mostly it's a movie that loves to maim and kill people and is very good at it. Dylan O'Brien stars as Mitch Rapp, an American...
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                        Manolo: The Boy Who Made Shoes for Lizards

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                        Watching “Manolo: The Boy Who Made Shoes for Lizards” is akin to skimming a celebrity-saturated Instagram page. There are plentiful pretty faces and objects on display, but nary a trace of substance in the captions and no link in the...