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Tag Archives: Shotgun Stories
Or at least that can be inferred, since Kathy Fennessy gives a glowing review of the film, which ends tomorrow night. I’ve heard nothing but good things about this one – from friends and critics alike. Some choice quotes: “The … Continue reading
“Shotgun Stories is broadly in the category of what we sniggering urbanites used to call ‘deadbeat regionalism’ (before the indie movement was kicked into the mainstream by Quentin Tarantino and Harvey Weinstein),” writes New York’s David Edelstein. “But the sensibility … Continue reading