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Pieces of Miro

July 10, 2009 David Guzman 0

The Museum of Modern Art might be the wrong place for “Joan Miró: Painting and Anti-Painting 1927-1937,” merely because most of their collection represents artists […]

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Army of Shadows

July 3, 2009 David Guzman 0

Documentaries like Ken Burns’ “The War” are the reason why we watch television – for material that can enlighten just as easily as it can […]

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Requiem for a Friend

July 1, 2009 David Guzman 1

Kurt Kuenne’s original intentions for his new documentary, “Dear Zachary: A Letter to a Son About His Father,” were to explain the death of the […]

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Leader of the Banned

June 28, 2009 David Guzman 0

“Obscene” is the correct title for a documentary about Barney Rosset, a small-time revolutionary who had that word thrown at him so many times that […]