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Film

McNamara’s wall

by Tom Horgen
Published February 12, 2004
Filmmaker Errol Morris describes a life lived through the deaths of others.

Love getaway

by Niels Strandskov
Published February 12, 2004
"The Triplets of Belleville" tells a simple story of devotion with odd imagery.

A stranger from the north

by Tom Horgen
Published February 5, 2004
Guy Maddin's creepy, mannered cinema worms its way into the Walker.

20 angry men

by Brian Stensaas
Published February 5, 2004
"Miracle" tells the story of Herb Brooks' determination to forge a team that could beat the world.

Crises on the high seas

by Tom Horgen
Published February 5, 2004
"Balseros" floats along the surface of U.S.-Cuba tensions.

Lies of our times

by Keri Carlson
Published January 29, 2004
Tim Burton's father-son melodrama blurs fantasy and falsehood.

See how high she flies

by Niels Strandskov
Published January 29, 2004

It's always a bit surprising to go to Hayao Miyazaki films like "Princess Mononoke" and "Spirited Away" and not find any vicious, slavering religious zealots blocking the entrance. There's so much in his...

Life is brutal

by Niels Strandskov
Published January 29, 2004
"The Match Factory Girl" finds that the urge to destroy is also a creative urge.

A labyrinth of pain

by Tom Horgen
Published January 22, 2004
"Monster" describes half the reasons Aileen Wuornos died.

The Finn never ends

by Niels Strandskov
Published January 22, 2004
Aki Kaurismaki's films bring a welcome dose of social realism to the cinema.

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