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The Hour is Getting Late: The Outsider Status of INSIDE LLEWYN DAVIS

The members of the Academy need to realize that rather than shunning films such as the Coens’ in favour of anodyne blockbusters like "Gravity," they ought to be embracing the offbeat and the idiosyncratic, conquering their addiction to black-and-white morality and succumbing to the deeper pull of ambiguity and nuance.
  • By John Carvill
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  • March 25, 2014 3:23 PM
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