(The Weinstein Co.)
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Pitt rules, first of all, and director Dominik's lens savors every scene and shot. It's stylistically compelling and much deeper than its simple plot.
With the empty promises of our politicians chattering incessantly in the background, Andrew Dominik's Killing Me Softly flows languidly like the seep from an open wound. Kiwi writer/director Dominik takes the guts of George V. Higgins' 1974 mob novel Cogan's Trade and...Read Full Story
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