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Film Review - Thin Ice

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In the case of “Thin Ice,” comparisons to the Coen Brothers’ “Fargo” are inevitable. The two pictures inhabit the same space of Midwestern noir, keeping tabs on unsavory types doing their best to make life more difficult for themselves. It’s a brisk, entertaining feature with an unforgivable ending, making the viewing experience primarily about treasuring the filmmaking elements that do come together satisfactorily, from wily performances emerging from a gifted cast to the bitter winter chill of Wisconsin, which plays a critical support part, urging the devious events along with a growing seasonal impatience that fits the tale superbly. Read the rest at


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