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LITTLE ACCIDENTS 2

Elizabeth Banks doesn’t receive the opportunity to act in dramas nearly enough. Her gifts are usually put to use in comedies, where she frequently shines, showcasing a bubbly personality and skill with timing. “Little Accidents” offers no such distractions, offering a bleak view of humanity with its exploration of a coal mine accident and its toxic aftermath. Banks is a highlight, along with a secure cast of downtrodden types, allowing writer/director Sara Colangelo passage into troubling areas of communication situated around a black hole of guilt. “Little Accidents” doesn’t provide a comprehensive dissection of woes, but it chooses its moments carefully and often successfully. Read the rest at Blu-ray.com

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