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Highly Suspect Reviews: Foxtrot

From Israeli director Samuel Maoz (who did the tremendously great and criminally underseen Lebanon all the way back in 2009) comes Foxtrot, a different kind of movie from his last but one no less startling and decidedly also rather anti-war. Divided into a triptych structure, Foxtrot tells the story of a family split by the news of the death of their son only to discover that everything is not exactly as they thought. Featuring some of the more stunning and imaginative cinematography you’re likely to see this year, this is a must-see…for those of you lucky enough to live near a theater that’ll actually play small foreign films coming out of Israel. Listen to the review with Chris, Miguel, and Michael right here.

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