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Screening Room: 'Imperium'

In his newest film, Imperium, the increasingly adventurous Daniel Radcliffe plays an FBI agent who goes undercover to infiltrate a white nationalist group that might also be a terrorist cell. 29 more words

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Directed by James Schamus

“Indignation” is the kind of smart, well-crafted and brilliantly acted film that usually dots two or three screens in New York and Los Angeles during the last weeks of December in an effort to make it eligible for awards’ season consideration. 464 more words

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Imperium (2016)

Director: Daniel Ragussis

Writer: Daniel Ragussis (Screenplay) Michael German (Story)

Starring: Daniel Radcliffe, Toni Collette, Tracy Letts, Sam Trammell, Nestor Carbonell, Chris Sullivan, Seth Numrich, Pawel Szajda… 293 more words


Indignation (2016)

Indignation (2016)

Based on the novel by Philip Roth.

It’s widely believed that one’s destiny is forged by choice and it’s these very choices that can make or break a person. 1,002 more words

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Review: Wiener-Dog

Wiener-Dog is the latest film from Todd Solondz. It finds the writer/director on fine form, pedaling more of his homespun all-American nihilism in which depraved hilarity and gut-punch sadness collide. 912 more words



I’m not sure I agree with the title.

I read Philip Roth’s novel Indignation a few years ago, and my only lingering memory is the main boy’s first sexual experience in a car. 395 more words

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Daniel Radcliffe: Tackles Unsettling, Timely Theme in 'Imperium'

After Harry Potter came along, Daniel Radcliffe tackled a variety of roles in movies with grittier themes. The endearing smile is sometimes replaced with a scowl, but fans cannot deny that there is magic in his method of acting. 346 more words