Mark Duplass

Mark Duplass, star of the film, was in attendance for SIFF’s closing night, and answered a few questions for Scene-Stealers.

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The notion that we are all putting on a show during the first phase of a relationship, and that this false presentation must inevitably end, is at the crux of ‘The One I Love,’ a movie that explores the necessities of living honestly in a partnership with another human being.

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What makes Zero Dark Thirty such a fascinating film is that it plays both as an engaging procedural thriller and a serious examination of the country’s moral compass. It is already doing what great movies do—starting conversation.

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It’s a podcast with one of the best and worst films in recent memory, so don’t miss it.

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Kathryn Bigelow and Mark Boal return to the hard-nosed military genre with Zero Dark Thirty, a rare cinematic achievement.

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The big DVD and Blu-ray release this week was Marvel’s The Avengers, but since that is now the third-biggest movie in the world and you’ve probably already seen it at least twice by now, I thought I’d review two new movies out on Blu-ray and DVD that you may have missed.

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When three reporters track down a man who posted a classified ad looking for a partner in time travel they get more than they bargained for.

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‘Jeff, Who Lives at Home’ is a low-key comedy filled with excellent, naturalistic performances.

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