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Here’s this week’s movie news.
Raoul Peck’s latest film, “The Young Karl Marx,” is a story of clashing ideas.
A Syrian producer and the subject of the film “Last Men in Aleppo” were unable to procure visas for the Oscars.
This is the first time I’ve seen such an accurate portrayal of this familiar experience where journalists curry favor with Chasidim and ex-Chasidim.
Alex Ross Perry’s “Golden Exits” zeroes in on life in Brooklyn — but is it too Brooklyn-y even for Brooklynites?
A Gilda Radner documentary will open the Tribeca Film Festival, David Benioff and D.B. Weiss’s latest project and more movie news.
Robert Schwartzman is the latest Coppola progeny to direct narrative films; his mother, Talia Shire, is Francis Ford Coppola’s sister.
“And after I blame the Germans OR WISH THAT MY MOTHER HAD DONE SOMETHING ANYTHING I ask myself what I would have.”
“Gal Gadot is not treated even with the negligible seriousness other actresses at early stages in their careers enjoy.”
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