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A deceptively simple setup: a day’s road trip for a son and dad
(Delivering invitations). There’s piles of obligatory food to be had
(Such generous hospitality conventions).
Familial love and long-held tensions
Are beautifully drawn out. Exquisite balance of the joyous and the sad.

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Christian’s going straight: A new supermarket job where he greets
(In the break room) Marion (from the magical aisle of the sweets).
New friends are connected.
Forklift driving’s perfected.
There’s gentle melancholy, black humour, and dodgy processed meats.

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From once-secret art during post-war repression
To open appreciation of Tom's artistic expression.
Well-acted, but too safe/clean.
Favourite/clever scene:
Pool party cops (subverting our assumed impression).

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Here in the Civil War's South, seven women and girls reside. Enter wounded Corporal John, who otherwise would have died. Both dark and funny (an abundance of wit). Stunning performances. Gorgeously lit. Reflections on vengeance, survival, strength and pride.

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