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New York Stories: Don Jon / Parkland / We Are What We Are

By Glenn Dunks October 8, 2013 The Manhattan Report: Having moved to America from Australia some six months ago, I’ve missed film festivals on every corner of my home country. It hasn’t so much been the movies I have missed, but the communal atmosphere they foster through red-eyed early mornings and red-wined late evenings. However, […]

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Trailer Debut: Parkland

One of the more interesting indie releases of late 2013 will most certainly be Parkland, which details the assassination of President Kennedy from the perspective of the event’s lesser known players. Paul Giamatti plays Abraham Zapruder, the gent who unwittingly recorded one of the most significant moments in modern history; Billy Bob Thornton stars as […]

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