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Olivia Coleman in ‘The Lost Daughter’ (Netflix)
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Patricia Lawler Kenet
“The Lost Daughter” raises startling questions about the role of motherhood as it comes into conflict with a woman’s desire to achieve something beyond domestic responsibilities.
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Eve Tushnet
‘Great Freedom’ is an exploration of the nature of eros: the many acts, only some of them sexual, toward which it can propel us.
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Jim McDermott
At a time when our world contends with so many difficult issues, to see Hollywood imagining young people as our saviors raises serious questions.
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John Anderson
For the better part of 40 years Pedro Almodóvar has personified both the cinema of Spain and the country’s conflicted relationship with the church.
Bill Murray and Jeffrey Wright in ‘The French Dispatch’ (Fox Searchlight)
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Elyse Durham
Perhaps this is why Wes Anderson’s work resounds so strongly: We all long for homes to which we cannot return.
Sidney Poitier places his hands in wet cement at Grauman's Chinese Theater in Los Angeles on June 23, 1967. Poitier, the first Black actor to win an Academy Award for best lead performance, died on Jan. 6. He was 94. (AP Photo/File)
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John Anderson
Sidney Poitier’s abilities as an actor were subtle, even spiritual. They were about soul. Not his. Ours.