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The intimacy of "Into the White" is fascinating, helping to move a routine tale about sworn enemies coming together in the face of certain death along. It's based on a true tale of survival and unexpected companionship at the outset of World War II, and the feature gets plenty of mileage out of tense confrontations occurring in the freezing cold, with a sharp, expressive collection of actors chosen to embody national pride as it's tested in a most unforgiving environment during a time of complete intolerance. Dramatically rewarding and geographically vivid, "Into the White" generates a satisfactory amount of suspense and thawing personality to achieve its limited goals, successfully spinning the familiar with welcome attention to character. Read the rest at


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