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Swedish Director Takes Us On a Guilt Trip Around the Worldnew

Lukas Moodysson’s Mammoth employs a polyglot cast, a wide-ranging backdrop and assorted convergent storylines to ruminate on the sad state of interpersonal politics — in this case, modern parenthood and the worldwide socioeconomic factors that affect it both positively and negatively.
Weekly Alibi  |  Devin D. O’Leary  |  01-26-2010  |  Reviews

Michelle Williams Finds a Safe Haven With Outsider Director Kelly Reichardtnew

It's a rare bankable star who lends her name to a tiny project budgeted at $300,000 and shot over 18 days with a mostly volunteer crew by a director whose name, had Williams bothered to ask permission from her agents, would doubtless have inspired the response "Who?"
L.A. Weekly  |  Ella Taylor  |  12-19-2008  |  Profiles & Interviews

Kelly Reichardt on Working with Michelle Williams and the Realities of Being Poornew

A relentlessly independent director working far outside the confines of the studio system, Reichardt has fashioned a film that illuminates the ways in which people treat one another, from compassion to indifference, during tough times. She spoke us about her new film.
New York Press  |  Christopher Wallenberg  |  12-11-2008  |  Profiles & Interviews

Homo on the Rangenew

This romantic tragedy about a pair of lean, wind-burned cowpokes who secretly live to poke each other flies in the face of everything that most people in Casper or Riverton or Laramie think about the West, and about themselves.
SF Weekly  |  Bill Gallo  |  12-14-2005  |  Reviews

Destiny Deferrednew

The final album from the superstar trio trades the "Independent Women" vibe for something more submissive.
Nashville Scene  |  Makkada B. Selah  |  07-11-2005  |  Reviews

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