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Black Orpheus

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Sally Field stars in a 'Glass Menagerie' that breaks the mold

Chicago Tribune
The set, designed by Andrew Lieberman and framed only with black brick, sets up his remembrance, his biographical, self-justifying staging of why he ran away his whole life. Finn Wittrock, who plays the gentleman caller Jim, stands off to the side ...

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'It does not feel like transparency': Atlanta dumps 1.47 million pages of public records

Columbia Journalism Review
IN A SURREAL SCENE near the end of Black Orpheus, the title character seeks his lost love, Eurydice, in a government building at night. Orpheus sees a janitor pushing a broom toward him from the other end of a long, half-lit hallway; he asks the man to ...

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Movies to watch on Blu-Ray and DVD: Train to Busan, Inferno, and more

GamesRadar
Yes, here's the new DVD and Blu-Ray releases coming out in the next two weeks. Click on for our reviews of Train to Busan, Inferno, Cul-De-Sac, Captain Fantastic, Sausage Party, Black Orpheus, The Childhood of a Leader, Varieté, War on Everyone, The ...

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Criterion Review: Black Orpheus

CineVue
Orpheus, the master musician who could charm all living things with his lyre, is the subject of Marcel Camus' sumptuous 1959 Black Orpheus, a retelling of the Greek myth that situates the story during the Rio de Janeiro Carnival in Brazil. Breno Mello ...

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