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Film Review - Our Souls at Night


“Our Souls at Night” represents the fourth acting collaboration for Jane Fonda and Robert Redford. Their partnership dates back 50 years, crossing paths over the decades in pictures such as “The Chase,” “The Electric Horseman,” and most famously, 1967’s “Barefoot in the Park.” The pairing doesn’t always receive the accolades it deserves, but that should change with “Our Souls at Night,” which provides perhaps the finest example of their honeyed, frighteningly comfortable interplay, put to terrific use in this adaptation of a Kent Haruf novel. Director Ritesh Batra (“The Lunchbox”) knows exactly how to encourage mood and stay out of the way when dealing with two industry icons, permitting the duo to conjure exquisitely understated performances in a tender, but not saccharine feature. It’s simple and just lovely.  Read the rest at


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