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In Love and Life During Wartimenew

Todd Solondz's second tale of dysfunction.
Boise Weekly  |  Elizabeth Duffy  |  07-28-2011  |  Reviews

Inferior Deja Vunew

Todd Solondz covers familiar ground in the disappointing 'Life During Wartime.'
Tucson Weekly  |  Colin Boyd  |  09-15-2010  |  Reviews

Unfamiliar Facesnew

Todd Solondz revisits old characters in Life During Wartime.
Charleston City Paper  |  Kevin Young  |  08-25-2010  |  Reviews


Pointing filmmaker Todd Solondz back toward the salad days of his Welcome to the Dollhouse and Happiness, Palindromes paints a fearlessly perverse portrait of a 12-year-old girl who desperately wants to get pregnant.
Orlando Weekly  |  Steve Schneider  |  07-14-2005  |  Reviews

What Goes Around Comes Aroundnew

Nominally the story of a 13-year-old girl who longs for a baby, Todd Solondz's latest is provocative, wicked, even bleakly funny, and ultimately empty.
Austin Chronicle  |  Marrit Ingman  |  05-06-2005  |  Reviews

Ugly but Bravenew

Todd Solondz's latest succeeds because of the script and plot, but everyone will find some aspect of the film disagreeable.
Tucson Weekly  |  James DiGiovanna  |  05-05-2005  |  Reviews

Director Tackles Teen Pregnancy in New Filmnew

Director Todd Solondz looks and acts pretty much like you'd expect the architect of some of the ickiest, misanthropic films on the indie scene to look and act.
Creative Loafing (Atlanta)  |  Felicia Feaster  |  05-05-2005  |  Profiles & Interviews

Oh, Babynew

The mommy track is mighty twisted in Todd Solondz's Palindromes.
San Francisco Bay Guardian  |  Johnny Ray Huston  |  05-04-2005  |  Reviews

Backward And Forward And Doomed?new

Todd Solondz wants it both ways with Palindromes.
Boston Phoenix  |  Gerald Peary  |  05-03-2005  |  Profiles & Interviews

Backwards and Forwardsnew

City Pages interviews Palindromes writer-director Todd Solondz about sexuality, disability and narcissism.
City Pages (Twin Cities)  |  Laura Sinagra  |  04-21-2005  |  Profiles & Interviews

Bush II Could Inspire Another Indie Film Renaissancenew

As we enter George W. Bush's second term, the country's extreme rightward turn could ignite the type of movie renaissance not seen since eight years of nuclear proliferation, HIV discrimination, and materialist greed helped produce the American independent film movement of the late '80s and early '90s.
The Village Voice  |  Anthony Kaufman  |  01-13-2005  |  Movies

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