THE WASHINGTON POST: TWO STRANGERS MAKE AN UNLIKELY CONNECTION — AMID STUNNING ARCHITECTURE — IN 'COLUMBUS'

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Author: Stephanie Merry

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The director’s greatest strength lies in creating a mood. Columbus is melancholy without being morose, and talky without forced cleverness. The drama is a realistic and methodical meditation on family obligation, personal sacrifice and — of course — the power of architecture. That makes Columbus as lovely to look at as it is to ponder. Read the full review here.