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“James White” is an endurance test for any filmgoer, tasked with watching irrational characters slowly but completely lose control while experiencing medical and caretaking ordeals. It’s a not a picture that encourages a recommendation, but it’s not devoid of artistry and dramatic firepower. However, to find an observational position with the feature requires exceptional patience with writer/director Josh Mond, who embraces a peeled-skin atmosphere of despair and antagonism, making any appreciation of the effort’s accomplishments difficult. “James White” provides a viewing experience that’s unlike many movies, and it’s reserved only for those choosing to be submerged in darkness alongside the titular character. Read the rest at


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