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The Age of Counter-Intuition: What Thomas Vinterberg's THE HUNT Might Tell Us About the George Zimmerman Verdict, Iraq, McCarthyism, and Other American Mistakes

You wouldn’t necessarily think of The Hunt as a film that might speak to American life, whatever that is, but there is quite a bit in it that might appeal to the growing American longing for justice, denied perpetually by the seductiveness of counter-intuition.
  • By Max Winter
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  • July 29, 2013 8:35 AM
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