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“Men & Chicken” is the latest release from writer/director Anders Thomas Jensen, his first in over a decade. In his time away from the camera, it seems he’s built up a hearty appetite for dark material, masterminding a strange look at a dysfunctional family made up of possibly monstrous siblings. Darkly comic interests remain to keep the picture approachable, but the Danish production is pretty severe as it inspects brotherly love and philosophical reach. Thankfully, Jensen isn’t going for cheap laughs with the grotesqueries of “Men & Chicken,” instead working to find the soul of his screenplay and treat these oddballs with a degree of understanding and, if one squints hard enough, love. Read the rest at


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