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    'Dior and I': The Documentary We've All Been Waiting For

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    Dior atelier observe the collection sketches. Courtesy of Dogwoof.

    Candid, vulnerable and sincere. Frédéric Tcheng delivers a compelling feature-length documentary powerfully merging the prominent French haute couture designer, the revolutionary Christian Dior, with the new to couture Raf Simons who is described by Tcheng as “an uncanny reincarnation of Dior himself.”

    Dior and I takes the viewer on an eight-week journey to the runway revealing the creative process, artistic direction and the unknowingly necessary attention to Dior’s heritage-filled atelier.

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    Film Review: 'True Story' - Mea Culpa? - Mea Crap-a.

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    (L–R) Jonah Hill as Mike Finkel and James Franco as Christian Longo in “True Story.” Photo by Mary Cybulski. Copyright © 2015 Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation All Rights Reserved.

    Ego and narcissism mix into a fine cocktail for the setting of the latest bromance film from actors James Franco and Jonah Hill, though the seriousness of it’s premise is all too real.

    In 2002, an on the rise New York Times field reporter Michael Finkel (Hill) is fired from his prestigious journalism job for writing a composited story about a non-existent young African boy who is sold into bondage on a cocoa plantation. Finkel is stripped of all credibility, thus ruining his career. On the same day that the editor’s retraction is scheduled to print, Finkel receives a call from a reporter in Oregon, inquiring if he has any comment on the Christian Longo murders.

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    Film Review: 'Clouds of Sils Maria' - In Search of the Timeless

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    Juliette Binoche (Maria Enders) in Olivier Assayas’ “Clouds of Sils Maria.” © Carole Bethuel / CG Cinema. A Sundance Selects Release.

    In Clouds of Sils Maria, Juliette Binoche and Kristen Stewart both give intriguing, multi-faceted performances as they play a successful actress and her personal assistant. In this movie, which was written and directed by Olivier Assayas, we watch as the two characters are swept along by the inevitable passage of time, their different ages providing each woman with her own perspective and showing how these both clash and compliment each other. Accompanying this is an in-depth exploration of the nature of relationships, highlighting the differences between a true connection and fleeting desire.

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    Film Review: '5 to 7' - A Break from Convention

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    Bérénice Marlohe (Arielle) and Anton Yelchin (Brian) in Victor Levin’s '5 to 7.' Courtesy of Walter Thomson. An IFC Films release.

    While an affair conducted between the hours of 5 and 7 p.m. may suggest trappings of a clichéd rom-com, 5 to 7 is much more unconventional than that. Written and directed by Victor Levin (Mad Men), the story looks at an extramarital affair through new eyes, to discover the intricacies that lurk in the places many people gloss over when making assumptions about someone’s love life.

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