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It took me a while to discover the wonderful world of cinema, but once I did, everything just fell into place.

Chicagoland Shorts Vol.3: The Sidelined Speak

Despite some reservations, the short films featured in Chicagoland Shorts Vol. 3 are creative, thought-provoking and accomplished.

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TRACKTOWN: A Race That No-One Wins

Tracktown, by Alexi Pappas and Jeremey Teicher, is a cutesy, generic, unfunny indie film, with an array of underdeveloped themes.

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A WOMAN'S LIFE: Endlessly, Unremittingly, Relentlessly Bleak

A Woman's Life shows the hardships women endure throughout their lives relentlessly and without optimism, and is depressing as a result.

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Losing Sight of Shore is an inspiring and empowering documentary about four women who crossed the Pacific Ocean in a rowboat.

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RUPTURE: A Massively Mishandled Mystery

Two great performances are wasted in Rupture, a mess of a horror movie which sets up mysteries it doesn't even know how to answer.

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HAROLD AND LILLIAN: A HOLLYWOOD LOVE STORY: Hollywood's Hidden Heroes

Harold And Lillian: A Hollywood Love Story is a beautiful tribute to two unsung heroes of the film industry and their decades spanning relationship.

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THE STUDENT: A Dynamic Cautionary Tale About Religious Zealotry

The Student is an effective political drama, which satirizes the rough intensity of Russia's draconian laws in the context of a school.

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#WomenDirectorWeek: The Challenge Of Watching Only Female-Directed Films For One Week

Join us in our challenge to watch only female-directed films for an entire week, and find out how hard that actually is.

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ROBERT KLEIN STILL CAN'T STOP HIS LEG: A Likeable Film About A Likeable Man

Robert Klein Still Can't Stop His Leg is a loving insight into the world of influential but sadly unknown stand-up comedian Robert Klein.

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GOD KNOWS WHERE I AM: A Sad Tale, Told With Sensitivity

God Knows Where I Am lacks the necessary energy, yet successfully tackles the issues of freedom and the unnecessary loss of life.

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