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A vision of crisscrossing characters engaged in destructive behavior is nothing new, but “Human Capital” finds way to make the familiar fresh again. Director Paolo Virzi avoids the oppressive Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu route to find a vein of suspense that carries the viewing experience through four chapters of accidents, accusations, and panic, braided together with a fluid sense of community. It’s a dark picture, touching on volatile emotions and devastating mistakes, but it holds attention through Virzi’s storytelling skill and an excellent cast, who portray the often devastating turns of fate presented here with a welcome sense of restraint, allowing internalization to do most of the heavy lifting. Read the rest at


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