Duke of York's Picturehouse

Cinemas, Independent London
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Venue name: Duke of York's Picturehouse
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Address: Preston Circus
Brighton
BN1 4NA
Price: £6-£8.50
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    • 5 out of 5 stars
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    • 3 out of 5 stars
    Writer-director Kelly Reichardt’s work walks a treacherous tightrope: her style is so remote, low-key and observational that the films rely to a large extent on performance to provide emotional weight. So far this technique has paid off, particula...
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