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A compelling epic about ego that embeds you into Halston's world of brilliant designs and self-sabotage.


Fall River

Director James Buddy Day doesn’t just offer a recounting of horrific events with excessive drone shots and talking head interview, he becomes an investigator of a trio of murders that shook the town of Fall River.


Death and Nightingales

The performances are mostly strong, but the subject matter is so dense, the cultural and religious details so complex, and the affection toward melodrama so unrepentant that Death and Nightingales slides into tedium disappointingly often.