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Film Review - Ten Thousand Saints


“Ten Thousand Saints” marks the return of directors Shari Springer Berman and Robert Pulcini, who, a little over a decade ago, made a splash with “American Splendor,” only to stumble with follow-ups including “The Nanny Diaries,” “The Extra Man,” and the unpleasant “Girl Most Likely.” “Ten Thousand Saints” frequently struggles to put together a sizable story with interconnected characters, but it finds warmth, humor, and heartache along the way, allowing Berman and Pulcini a chance to explore dimensional personalities in a flavorful setting. It’s far from a perfect film, but when it locks on to an emotionally complex moment, the feature succeeds more than a fails. Read the rest at


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