bill-sage,The New Twenty, Sweet Little Lies, The Girl from Monday, Boy Wonder, Tennessee [DVD] [2009] [Region 1]

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3 stars out of 5 -- "[A]n impressive feature debut....Smart and stylish....Lacing timeless group dynamics with current concerns, Johnson straddles the line between glossy fluff and serious generational inquiry."Box Office20.12501

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"[Y]ou utterly believe the bond between the siblings, and Rothenberg excels in his role..."Entertainment Weekly19.7933

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"Childers and Garner are absolutely mesmerizing as Iris and Rose. Both use soulful eyes and faces nearly devoid of expression to remarkable effect."Los Angeles Times "Mr. Mickle transforms a politically charged allegory of social decay into a dreamy commentary on the ravages of extreme religious observance."New York Times "Mickles style doesnt smack of film-school fetishism; instead, it speaks to an appreciation for careful moviemaking craft." -- Grade: B+A.V. Club 3.5 stars out of 4 -- "[T]he serious and respectful tone helps to make for a genuinely creepy moviegoing experience that will attract both serious fans of the genre and those viewers simply looking for a well-told story."RogerEbert.com "Director and editor Jim Mickle and his co-writer Nick Damici, who plays a sheriff, craft a hybrid art/horror film."Chicago Sun-Times17.51263

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"Childers and Garner are absolutely mesmerizing as Iris and Rose. Both use soulful eyes and faces nearly devoid of expression to remarkable effect."Los Angeles Times "Mr. Mickle transforms a politically charged allegory of social decay into a dreamy commentary on the ravages of extreme religious observance."New York Times "Mickles style doesnt smack of film-school fetishism; instead, it speaks to an appreciation for careful moviemaking craft." -- Grade: B+A.V. Club 3.5 stars out of 4 -- "[T]he serious and respectful tone helps to make for a genuinely creepy moviegoing experience that will attract both serious fans of the genre and those viewers simply looking for a well-told story."RogerEbert.com "Director and editor Jim Mickle and his co-writer Nick Damici, who plays a sheriff, craft a hybrid art/horror film."Chicago Sun-Times17.51263

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"Childers and Garner are absolutely mesmerizing as Iris and Rose. Both use soulful eyes and faces nearly devoid of expression to remarkable effect."Los Angeles Times "Mr. Mickle transforms a politically charged allegory of social decay into a dreamy commentary on the ravages of extreme religious observance."New York Times "Mickles style doesnt smack of film-school fetishism; instead, it speaks to an appreciation for careful moviemaking craft." -- Grade: B+A.V. Club 3.5 stars out of 4 -- "[T]he serious and respectful tone helps to make for a genuinely creepy moviegoing experience that will attract both serious fans of the genre and those viewers simply looking for a well-told story."RogerEbert.com "Director and editor Jim Mickle and his co-writer Nick Damici, who plays a sheriff, craft a hybrid art/horror film."Chicago Sun-Times17.51263

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JazzTimes (p.65) - "Always a sage crowd-pleaser, Fitzgerald gives her Tokyo fans precisely what they want....She is impeccable throughout..."Record Collector (magazine) (p.101) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "Fitzgerald is backed by the Roy Eldridge quartet and their chemistry is explosive."0.3659761

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