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Notes on “Atlantic City”

Fabrizio del Wrongo writes: Like “Nashville,” the 1980 “Atlantic City” is an essayistic treatment of a city. But it’s not brash and satirical like “Nasvhille”; it’s glancing and melancholy-romantic — a loser’s lament. It’s to director Louis Malle’s and writer … Continue reading

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“Bernard and Doris”

Paleo Retiree writes: There was a lot about this 2006, made-for-HBO movie that I loved. It’s a very small-scale, low-budget rhapsody on a historic fact: late in life, the famous tobacco heiress Doris Duke, who had never managed to have … Continue reading

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