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‘Bitter Wheat’ Misfires, in Monstrous Fashion
Despite the formidable presence of John Malkovich, David Mamet’s new play is as reprehensible as the predatory film tycoon at the center of it.
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‘Bitter Wheat’ Misfires, in Monstrous Fashion
‘The Quiet One’ Review: Bill Wyman Opens His Archives, and His Mouth
A new documentary explores the Rolling Stones bassist’s musical prowess and avoidance of excess.
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‘The Quiet One’ Review: Bill Wyman Opens His Archives, and His Mouth
‘The Extraordinary Journey of the Fakir’ Review: A Bustling, Whimsical Voyage
Dhanush plays a poor Indian magician whose trip to Europe takes a series of unexpected turns.
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‘The Extraordinary Journey of the Fakir’ Review: A Bustling, Whimsical Voyage
‘Burn Your Maps’ Review: The Mongolian Steppes as a Stage for Grief
Vera Farmiga plays a mother who has lost a child and travels all the way to Central Asia to help heal her still-living one.
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‘Burn Your Maps’ Review: The Mongolian Steppes as a Stage for Grief
‘The Command’ Review: A Real-Life Submarine Tragedy Gets the Big Screen Treatment
Thomas Vinterberg’s new movie relives the sinking of the Russian submarine Kursk.
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‘The Command’ Review: A Real-Life Submarine Tragedy Gets the Big Screen Treatment
‘Wild Rose’ Review: A Glaswegian Singer Walks the Line
Jessie Buckley shines as a working-class performer with aspirations of country music stardom.
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‘Wild Rose’ Review: A Glaswegian Singer Walks the Line
Philippe Zdar, Influential French Music Producer, Dies at 52
A major figure in the electro scene, Mr. Zdar fell out a window in an accident in Paris on Wednesday night.
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Philippe Zdar, Influential French Music Producer, Dies at 52
Mural, Mural on the Wall
More than 50 murals in all five boroughs of New York City will mark the half-century since the Stonewall uprising.
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Mural, Mural on the Wall
The Legacy of Slavery in Two Novels of the American South
“In West Mills,” by De’Shawn Charles Winslow, and “The Gone Dead,” by Chanelle Benz, serve up timeless Southern stories.
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The Legacy of Slavery in Two Novels of the American South
New in Paperback: ‘Cherry,’ ‘My Year of Rest and Relaxation’
Six new paperbacks to check out this week.
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New in Paperback: ‘Cherry,’ ‘My Year of Rest and Relaxation’
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