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    Tribeca Review: 'Keep Quiet' Is a Complex Portait of a Reformed Neo-Nazi

    This flawed but fascinating documentary follows Csanád Szegedi on his journey from Hungarian nationalist to Orthodox Jew.

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    Review: Katie Holmes' Directorial Debut 'All We Had' Proves She Has Promise Behind the Camera

    Twenty years into her career, the newly minted director has made one hell of an introduction.

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    Review: 'The Night Manager' Perfectly Tells a Classic — Or Is It Cliche? — Story

    John le Carre is undoubtedly a master storyteller, but the latest adaptation of his work feels like something we've seen a few too many times before.

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    What Makes a Movie Gay? This Series Has Several Answers

    In the screening series New Direction: Queer Cinema Before Stonewall, gay identity at the movies is explored across multiple eras.

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    'Elvis & Nixon' Review: A Memorable Footnote from American History Becomes an Instantly Forgettable Comedy

    Michael Shannon is fit to be King, but his great Elvis impersonation can't save the film.

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    Tribeca Review: 'Youth in Oregon'

    A grand and growling performance from Langella isn't enough to salvage this milquetoast dramedy about euthanasia.

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    Zoe Saldana in 'Nina': More Than Skin-Deep Problems (Review)

    The controversial Nina Simone biopic isn't just racially insensitive, it's also ineptly told.

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    'King Cobra' Is the 'Boogie Nights' of Gay Porn (Tribeca Review)

    James Franco leads an excellent cast in Justin Kelly's rock-solid dark comedy.

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    Michael Shannon in 'Wolves': A Coming-of-Age Story With Teeth (Tribeca Review)

    A vintage Michael Shannon performance makes Bart Freundlich's basketball story worth watching.

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    Tribeca Review: Shia LaBeouf-Produced 'LoveTrue' is an Intriguing Puzzle From Director Alma Ha'rel

    The director of "Bombay Beach" returns with another compelling mixture of real people and dreamlike moments.

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