Book Interview: Douglas Kennedy on “The Blue Hour”

February 13, 2016
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“Even in a terrain as epic and mythic and exotic as the Sahara, you cannot run away from the weight of your past.”

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“Match Point” Missed the Mark

January 13, 2006
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Woody Allen’s big comeback? His best work in a decade? Genius rivaling “Annie Hall”!? What potent, absorbing, and thoroughly compelling version of “Match Point” were these critics watching? Look, it’s set in London, not New York! Listen, that crackling soundtrack is opera, not jazz! And wait a minute, there is no would-be Woody character in…

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Film Review: “Caché” — Nowhere To Hide

January 11, 2006
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Michael Haneke’s sharp and timely thriller explores how the shadows of a man’s past can come back to haunt him with a vengeance.

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