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    Tribeca Snapshot: Bradley Rust Gray's "The Exploding Girl"

    With "The Exploding Girl," director Bradley Rust Gray upgrades the routine not-quite-platonic love story with a magnificent sense of visual clarity. The predictable aspects of the plot are masked by an infectious lyricism: Soft spoken college kid Ivy (Zoe Kazan, granddaughter of Elia) hangs out with...

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    Tribeca Snapshot: Woody Allen's "Whatever Works"

    Marked by interchangeably trite and witty dialogue, "Whatever Works" is the definition of a minor Woody Allen movie. The director's triumphant return to New York City after several years of European excursions finds him in familiar, if not exemplary, form. Most people on the Allen bandwagon will lik...

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    Out for Blood: Paolo Sorrentino’s “Il Divo”

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    In a Lonely Place: So Yong Kim’s “Treeless Mountain”

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    Toeing the Line: James D. Stern and Adam Del Deo's "Every Little Step"

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    A Dazzling Journey: Alex Rivera's "Sleep Dealer"

    EDITOR'S NOTE: This review was original published as part of indieWIRE's coverage of the 2008 Sundance Film Festival

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    The Best Intentions: Eran Riklis's "Lemon Tree"

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    This Is (Still?) England: John Crowley's "Is Anybody There?"

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    Ticked Off: Derick Martini’s “Lymelife”

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    An Exclusive Clip From Eran Riklis' "Lemon Tree"

    "The rare ability to make intelligent, entertaining cinema from hot-button current issues is beautifully illustrated by 'Lemon Tree,' a multifaceted drama straddling the Palestinian-Israeli chasm that's marbled with irony, generosity, anger and pure crowd-pleasing optimism," writes Variety's Derek E...

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