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“Since You Went Away,” a Culture’s Dreams, and the Agee-DOS Dosado

Fabrizio¬†del Wrongo writes: “Since You Went Away” doesn’t have a great reputation among filmbuffs, and it’s not hard to see why: it’s broad, sentimental, and downright propagandistic in its treatment of small-town¬†American life (at nearly three hours, it’s also looooonnnngggg). … Continue reading

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