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Within this wealth of stories and styles, SXSW’s program clearly demonstrates that the short film’s potential cannot be exhausted, underestimated or undervalued.
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Within this wealth of stories and styles, SXSW’s program clearly demonstrates that the short film’s potential cannot be exhausted, underestimated or undervalued.
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"Dear Mr. Brody" is unafraid of the complications and contradictions in Brody’s character. At the same time, however, it has a tendency to relieve him from scrutiny.
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"Dear Mr. Brody" is unafraid of the complications and contradictions in Brody’s character. At the same time, however, it has a tendency to relieve him from scrutiny.
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Here is a guide to some of the more notable TV entries, as well as a heads-up for which shows will be worth watching when they hit the airwaves this spring.
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Here is a guide to some of the more notable TV entries, as well as a heads-up for which shows will be worth watching when they hit the airwaves this spring.
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The best joys in “Recovery” come from the rarities that mark, sometimes punctuate, time’s passage: the interludes, the waiting music and the moments spent figuring out whether Scott is a “brawny sexpot” or “garden gnome.”
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The best joys in “Recovery” come from the rarities that mark, sometimes punctuate, time’s passage: the interludes, the waiting music and the moments spent figuring out whether Scott is a “brawny sexpot” or “garden gnome.”
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Some of the most honest moments occur in interviews Wharton conducted with Petty’s daughter Adria Petty, who was also an executive producer for the documentary.
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Some of the most honest moments occur in interviews Wharton conducted with Petty’s daughter Adria Petty, who was also an executive producer for the documentary.
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While predictability is usually the bane of an enticing story, “The Fallout” is sneakily aware of itself, lulling viewers into its steady rhythm then pouncing on them come the close.
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While predictability is usually the bane of an enticing story, “The Fallout” is sneakily aware of itself, lulling viewers into its steady rhythm then pouncing on them come the close.
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“Sound of Violence” is the sort of film that feels like it was conceived over a joint and a bag of cheese puffs at 2 a.m. 
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“Sound of Violence” is the sort of film that feels like it was conceived over a joint and a bag of cheese puffs at 2 a.m. 
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