Why Sexual and Character Ambiguity Don't Mix in 'A Girl Cut in Two'

New York Press | August 18, 2008
What makes Claude Chabrol's A Girl Cut in Two (2007) so trying is not that it's unsure of what it wants to be, but rather that it refuses to decide.

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