Oeuvre: Demme: Swimming to Cambodia
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Oeuvre: Demme: Swimming to Cambodia

Jonathan Demme and Spalding Gray are both gone, but this film remains their testament to…

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Whose Streets?
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Whose Streets?

What is so powerful and heartbreaking about this film is the absolute necessity for its…

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Columbus
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Columbus

Oeuvre: Demme: Stop Making Sense
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Oeuvre: Demme: Stop Making Sense

Stop Making Sense has been written about more since Jonathan Demme’s death in April than…

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Strange Weather
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Strange Weather

A Rage for Order: by Robert F. Worth
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A Rage for Order: by Robert F. Worth

The authoritarian’s favorite play is to keep people divided and afraid for as long as…

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It Stains the Sands Red
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It Stains the Sands Red

The Girl Without Hands
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The Girl Without Hands

The Girl Without Hands has a lesson to teach: the journey to empowerment is grueling…

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The Gracefield Incident
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The Gracefield Incident

The only thing the The Gracefield Incident provokes is the certainty that when it comes…

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Ahead of the Curve: by Brian Kenny
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Ahead of the Curve: by Brian Kenny