COLD WAR – Review by Erica Abeel

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This visually stunning, formally immaculate, and darkly romantic film, Pawel Pawlikowski (Academy award-winner “Ida“) sets a story of star-crossed lovers against the turmoil of post-war Europe. Like other auteurs this season — think Alfonso Cuaron and “Roma” — Pawlikowski lends an epic grandeur to an intimate tale inspired by the lives of his parents. With awards time upon us, Cold War will surely be in the conversation. Continue reading…

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Erica Abeel

Erica Abeel writes film features and reviews for indieWIRE.com, Filmmaker Magazine, IFC.com, and Film Journal. She is the author of five books, including the novel, Women Like Us, which was a Book-of-the-Month Club selection. Her newest novel, Conscience Point, was published in fall 2008.