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Artvoice Weekly Edition » Issue v9n8 (02/25/2010) » Section: Film Reviews

The Last Station

It’s a little startling to realize that Christopher Plummer’s current Oscar nomination is his first. You don’t have to set much store in the standards and practices of the Academy Awards to find this a curious omission. Plummer has been appearing in American movies for over half a century.

Fifty Dead Men Walking

Things were about as bad as they got in Belfast, Northern Ireland (which is to say, pretty bad) in 1988 when native son Martin McGartland, a petty crook who made a living selling stolen goods door-to-door, was recruited by the British government to infiltrate the IRA as their spy.

The Heretics

Heresies: A Feminist Publication on Art and Politics was a journal published between 1977 and 1992.

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