Wednesday, January 27, 2016

Sundance: Rebecca Hall Astonishes in the Otherwise Cold 'Christine' (Review Roundup)

Rebecca Hall stars as an ambitious TV reporter in 1970s Sarasota in "Christine," written by Craig Shilowich and directed by Antonio Campos ("Simon Killer," "Afterschool"). The film, which debuted in the the U.S. Dramatic Competition at Sundance to cautiously positive reviews, follows Christine through the final months of her life, as social isolation and professional frustration (including her station's shift toward sensationalism) precede her shocking demise. Though it boasts an impressive supporting cast, including Michael C. Hall ("Dexter") as Christine's co-anchor, Maria Dizzia ("Orange is the New Black") as a camerawoman, and...

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