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Dead Man’s Burden (Jared Moshé, 2012)

“A ruminative study in character and environment, writer-director Jared Moshé’s debut feature, Dead Man’s Burden, feels closer in spirit to Kelly Reichardt’s Meek’s Cutoff than Quentin Tarantino’s flashy, namedropping spaghetti-western pastiche Django Unchained.” Read my review of this solid first … Continue reading

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