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  • Review: 'Cinemanovels' ★★ 1/2

    Review: 'Cinemanovels' ★&#9733 1/2
    A film of spare precision if not much mystery, writer-director Terry Miles' comedy-drama "Cinemanovels" (starting Monday at Facets) stars Lauren Lee Smith as the daughter of Canada's most famous fictitious film director, recently deceased. The Quebecois auteur, we learn, left his family for one of his leading ladies. Grace, portrayed by Smith, never got over it.
  • 'Take This Waltz' review: People gotta stay cool around hot neighbors

    'Take This Waltz' review: People gotta stay cool around hot neighbors
    ***1/2 (out of four) “You used to get it in your fishnets; now you only get it in your nightdress.” -- Arctic Monkeys, “Fluorescent Adolescent” The crushingly true drama “Take This Waltz” does not include the above...

    'Stories We Tell': Director's look at family's secrets, lies and love ★★★★

    'Stories We Tell': Director's look at family's secrets, lies and love ★★★★
    Everywhere in the culture, there's another monologuist or filmmaker placing herself at the center of a question, or a series of questions: What's up with my family? How did I get here? How can one charismatic family member hold so many secrets? Sarah...

    'Celeste and Jesse Forever': What comes after? ★★★

    'Celeste and Jesse Forever': What comes after? ★★★
    Like the recent "Take This Waltz,"directed and written by Sarah Polley, the new American indie "Celeste and Jesse Forever" begins and ends with an unspoken question: Is this mismatched couple meant to stay together? Set in a universe of restless...

    Home theater: 'Take This Waltz,' 'Certified Copy' offer off-beat romance

     
    Sarah Polley's "Take This Waltz" tops the list of new films available this week on Video on Demand and DVD/Blu-ray. Fans of unusual, well made romances also might want to check out "Certified Copy."