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Breaking the Silence, Sort Of: Whit Stillman's DAMSELS IN DISTRESS

Wherefore art thou, O Whit Stillman? Though never exactly a blur in motion, the minor auteur managed to generate three hyper-stylized, hyper-talky meditations on manners, morality and money throughout the ‘90s—the last of which, "Last Days of Disco," proved his best known and arguably finest.
  • By Lisa Rosman
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  • April 4, 2012 8:40 AM
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