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May 2015

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      Video: Chaz Ebert Reports on "Youth," "Macbeth," "Chronic," and More

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      In our latest video from the Cannes Film Festival, RogerEbert.com Publisher Chaz Ebert begins with a report on the divisive response to a film she greatly admired, Paolo Sorrentino's "Youth," starring Michael Caine, Harvey Keitel, Paul Dano and...
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        Tu dors Nicole

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        Stéphane Lafleur’s great “Tu dors Nicole” is a remarkable tonal balancing act in such a way that it’s difficult to figure out how he pulls it off. It is both light as a feather and emotionally resonant. It is defiantly...
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          Gemma Bovery

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          “Gemma Bovery” made me think of “Roxanne,” the fantastic 1987 Steve Martin-Fred Schepisi comic adaptation of Rostand’s “Cyrano de Bergerac.” Both are based on great French tragedies, taking elements from...
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            Results

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            Writer/director Andrew Bujalski's latest film, "Results," is his first to feature established actors (Guy Pearce, Cobie Smulders, Kevin Corrigan), and it is his version of a rom-com. What that means is that romance is a series of messy encounters...
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              Aloha

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              On Tuesday night, at a Los Angeles multiplex, writer-director Cameron Crowe introduced his latest film, “Aloha,” to a packed audience of media and regular moviegoers alike. This would be a highly unusual gesture in and of...
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                Uncertain Terms

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                While some filmmakers desire to fill their authorship with resplendent narratives and painstaking characters, director Nathan Silver wants what’s underneath, above, and in-between all that. In his own words from a guest post for Filmmaker...
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                  I Believe in Unicorns

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                  Leah Meyerhoff is a major new talent. Her “I Believe in Unicorns” is an accomplished coming-of-age tale that both calls back to the dozens of stories like it that we’ve seen and charts its own course. If it falls victim to a bit...
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                    Survivor

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                    At a time when every action-oriented film that comes along tries to pummel audiences into submission with frantically-told narratives and elaborate action sequences that begin by skirting the edge of plausibility before diving headlong into...
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                      Heaven Knows What

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                      Another film about junkies? That question almost inevitably follows one’s learning the subject of Josh and Benny Saftie’s New York-set drama “Heaven Knows What,” and its main implication is clear: heroin addiction is at once...
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                        Sunset Edge

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                        "Sunset Edge," a coming-of-age drama that's also Southern Gothic ghost story, is an unusual, ambitious failure, mostly because the film's hyper-naturalistic style is meant to evoke a supernatural mood. We watch as emotionally withdrawn...