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“Two Lives” is a film one has to remain attentive to at all times. Answers aren’t immediately offered during the course of the picture, which uses flashbacks and unidentified character interactions to paint a portrait of a stained life that’s finally being revealed. It takes time to get moving, but the reward is a captivating drama that presents a few effective surprises and a standout lead performance from Juliane Kohler, who communicates a pitch-perfect blend of emotions that allows the effort to cut deep. Satisfactorily tragic and pained, “Two Lives” is sharp work that develops spellbinding turns of plot as it unfolds. Read the rest at


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