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Film Review - Meadowland


“Meadowland” is quite possibly the saddest movie of the 2015 film year. It’s not just a simple, dismissible downer, but a profound psychological breach that touches the bottom when it comes to exploring abyssal parental fears and painful self-destruction. And yet, it’s unmissable cinema. Writer Chris Rossi and director Reed Morano aren’t visiting the sunny side of the street with this picture, but their interest in primal emotions results in a fascinating exploration of a nervous breakdown, with Olivia Wilde truly tested as an actress for the first time in her career. “Meadowland” is raw and almost unbearable, but its quest to understand the stages of grief is powerfully rendered with a great degree of authenticity. Read the rest at


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