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Director Zach Clark's last picture was 2013's "White Reindeer," a fascinating dive into holiday depression and substance abuse, sold with a darkly comic attitude that gifted the effort a charmingly askew perspective. He returns with "Little Sister," adding to his growing interest in unusual behavior and personal problems, trading Christmas gloom for religious questioning. Clark's a compelling helmer, showcasing interests in characters struggling mightily to define themselves and deal with harsh observations from the outside world. "Little Sister" has a frustrating tendency to forgo resolution, but the journey is fascinating, picking up on the particulars of itchy personalities faced with an impossible challenge of self-awareness, forced to confront questionable decisions and commitments that threaten to take their lives in unwanted directions. Clark doesn't enjoy endings, but he's good with introductions. Read the rest at


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