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Take a picture – Dead Europe review

By Richard Haridy March 19, 2013 Christos Tsiolkas’ 2005 novel, Dead Europe, is as close to unfilmable as they come. Its sharply bifurcated structure and transgressive tone contained explicit moments that could never be directly transferred to celluloid. Director Tony Krawitz certainly can’t be faulted for his ambition, yet, despite some magnificent technical credits, his […]

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