Review: Patsy and Loretta

Patsy and Loretta is the story of the friendship between Patsy Cline and Loretta Lynn. The film begins when they first met in 1961 and ends after Patsy Cline’s tragic death at age 30.

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Review: Birders

The documentary, Birders, is a mere 40 minutes long. It never mentions politics, but it’s political nevertheless.

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Review: Little Woods

Little Woods puts you inside the lives of two sisters during a harrowing week in their always difficult existence.

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Review: The Hockey Girls (Les de l’hoquei)

The Hockey Girls (Les de l’hoquei) comes from Catalonia. It’s about a girls’ roller hockey team and a community of people involved with hockey. I’m very enthusiastic about this series. I thought it was excellent in every way and hope there will be a second season.

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Watch This: Trailer for The Accident

The Accident stars Sarah Lancashire and a brilliant cast of others in a drama about a tragedy that hits a Welsh community.

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Review: Dark River

Dark River is an intimate family drama that tells a story of trauma, alienation, and tragedy.

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Review: Woven

Woven is a fascinating film. It’s about two families in Brooklyn who live near each other and how their lives intersect and weave together.

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Review: The Politician, season 1

The Politician, the latest production from Brad Falchuk and Ryan Murphy, is equal parts brilliant and scattered. It’s pretentiously adult but set in a high school. Thematically it jumps around from one idea to another and never quite lands. Ryan Murphy regulars abound. Yet overall, it’s wonderful.

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Review: Transparent: Musicale Finale

Transparent: Musicale Finale takes a grieving Pfefferman family on a journey toward healing with music, Jewish traditions, and some truly bizarre turns of fantasy.

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Review: A Girl from Mogadishu

A Girl from Mogadishu is a biopic based on the extraordinary life and work of Ifrah Ahmed, an Irish-Somali activist dedicated to ending the practice of female genital mutilation.

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