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Review: Icebox is timely and has its heart, and anger, in the right place

ICEBOX (Daniel Sawka). 86 minutes ... and his performance carries the film over some of its more dramatically contrived moments. James L. Brooks’s Gracie Films helped Sawka develop the project from a ... read more

Toronto Film Review: ‘Icebox’

It’s difficult for a film to feel timelier than “Icebox,” writer-director Daniel Sawka’s precisely detailed and arrestingly spare drama about a 12-year-old Honduran boy whose desperate flight from gan... read more

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With “Lionheart,” a sleepy charmer about a struggling family business, Nnaji not only directed and stars but co-wrote as well, attracting Netflix to make the picture its first original film from Niger... read more

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