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An Interview with Debra Granik

From Celluloid Tongue, a lengthy in-depth interview with Debra Granik about the making of Winter’s Bone. This one is special. via, Moonmooring  

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From “follow sweetness”

One of the most insightful reviews to date of Winter’s Bone, read the full review here. …as she doses off on account of the pain reliever the film briefly leaves a fully naturalistic wash and gives us an impressionistic tour … Continue reading

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The New Yorker kinda likes WINTER’S BONE

“In its lived-in, completely non-ideological way, “Winter’s Bone” is one of the great feminist works in film.” – David Denby, The New Yorker ““Winter’s Bone” is what we’ve been waiting for: a work of art that grabs hold and won’t … Continue reading

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New York Times Interview with Debra Granik

ON the face of it, Debra Granik’s gracefully melancholy second feature has much in common with her first, right down to its chilly title. Like her 2004 debut feature, “Down to the Bone,” a vérité indie about an upstate New … Continue reading

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