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  • Variety | 9/24/2017 | Jessica Kiang
    Roughly as old as the world’s oldest profession are the judgments that surround its practitioners, that persist to this day in even the most enlightened of societies....
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  • Variety | 9/23/2017 | Staff
    The visa-motivated courtship of convenience has been the subject of many a romantic comedy, though when you consider the bleak reality of the situation, it’s hardly a laughing matter....
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  • Variety | 9/22/2017 | John Hopewell
    Spain’s San Sebastián Film Festival, among the high-profile movie events in the Spanish-speaking world, is framing a revolution, in both its role as a film festival and the vision of key new films...
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  • Variety | 9/22/2017 | Staff
    Cinema was littered with tales of teenage mean girls well before Tina Fey put a tidy name to their ilk in 2004 — rarer, however, are stories that extend their reign of terror decades past the prom.
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  • Newsmax | 9/22/2017 | Staff
    A new documentary looks at the Antifa movement and the impact it's had on conservatives across the country — and the film concludes that the group stands for what it claims to oppose.
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  • Variety | 9/22/2017 | Staff
    A remedial student struggles with his matriculation exams, ADD, anger management issues and the expectations of his working-class father, even as his literature teacher opens his narrow worldview to...
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  • Variety | 9/22/2017 | Dennis Harvey
    Hansal Mehta’s latest feature dramatizes the life of Ahmed Omar Saeed Sheikh, a notorious real-life terrorist long behind bars — which hasn’t stopped him from being involved in various attacks,...
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  • Variety | 9/22/2017 | Amy Nicholson
    Kagan’s intimate, split-screen study of the after effects of violence tracks both the victim and the shooter, a guilt-ridden teen named Miguel (Jorge Lendeborg Jr.).
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  • Variety | 9/21/2017 | Dennis Harvey
    Several dramas in recent years have attempted to fathom the mindset of a suicide bomber. Iraqi-Dutch director Mohamed Al-Daradji comes up with a different, emotionally accessible approach in “The...
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