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OSCARS DEATH RACE: FOOTNOTE

In the press notes I received at the screening of "Footnote," writer/director Joseph Cedar comments that his film "qualifies as a tragedy, as most father-son stories do." It's a big statement; what's interesting about "Footnote" -- if not entirely successful -- is how Cedar presents that tragedy.
  • By Sarah D. Bunting
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  • February 10, 2012 7:38 AM
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