Kornél Mundruczó’s starts fast with ingenuity before ending slow in familiarity.
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Noah Hawley was more interested in being the guy who made this movie than in actually making it.
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A harrowing, intimately personal exploration of how trauma and recovery change with age.
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The legendary and one-of-a-kind Dawn Wiener returns.
The film may be preposterous, but it’s unabashedly, sentimentally so.