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Film Review - Last Night in Rozzie


Emotional wounds from the past are reopened in “Last Night in Rozzie,” which brings viewers to a Boston neighborhood to witness one man’s effort to navigate a tricky situation of trust, managing a friendship that’s been dormant for decades. Screenwriter Ryan McDonough looks to create a character study with the endeavor, which examines dual experiences for most of the players, analyzing lies told to comfort and deceive, and there’s a homecoming aspect to the story to strengthen its unease. “Last Night in Rozzie” is a modest drama, directed by Sean Gannet with care for performances and Bostonian flavors, and it generally connects as something similar to a detective story, portioning out pieces of personal history to give the tale a decent level of dramatic escalation without the satisfaction of a great ending. Read the rest at


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