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Film Review - Love & Taxes


There’s a cult following for 2001’s “Haiku Tunnel,” and those people are going to be very happy that brothers Jacob and Josh Kornbluth have finally decided to return to the source of their only big screen success, albeit unconventionally. In many ways, “Love & Taxes” is another pass at “Haiku Tunnel” without remaking the whole thing, offering writer/star Josh Kornbluth a chance to explain his tumultuous life during the creation of the earlier picture, and doing so in the monologue format, where he’s most comfortable. It’s a performance piece broken up with dramatic interpretations of key events, delivering a mischievous take on Josh’s profound tax problems while director Jacob tries to transform stage work into a beguiling no-budget version of his brother’s ruined life. “Love & Taxes” is a bit unsteady at times, but Kornbluth charm and eccentricity remains as potent now as it was 16 years ago. Read the rest at


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