HE WENT THAT WAY – Review by Nadine Whitney

Now deceased Australian director Jeffrey Darling’s only feature is the definition of “missed opportunity.” It is hoping to be some odd buddy comedy road trip movie with a “misunderstood” psychopath Bobby Falls (Jacob Elordi) hanging out with the broke and desperate Jim (Zachary Quinto) and a soon to be passed his use by date chimp called Spanky (played by Terry Notary’s child Phoenix). What the audience gets instead is a very messy sermon on how Bobby might have been different if someone handled his primal nature with the same care Jim showed Spanky.

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TRUMAN AND TENNESSEE – Review by Lois Alter Mark

I admit that my first reaction to this documentary was, “Do I really want to listen to two white men prove they’re the alpha male for an hour and a half?” But when those two men are Truman Capote and Tennessee Williams and the director is Lisa Immordino Vreeland, the answer is yes.

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