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‘Things Heard & Seen’: Film Review

‘Things Heard & Seen’: Film Review

Far from the consistent critical glory of Sundance contemporaries like Kelly Reichardt and Debra Granik — or even the sporadic critical glory of a Lisa Cholodenko or an Ira Sachs — and not to be confused with more marketable writing-directing duo Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck, Shari Springer Berman and Robert Pulcini have forged one of the most perplexing career paths in American independent film.

In the nearly two decades since their 2003 breakout American Splendor, nothing they’ve made has come close to delivering on that debut’s prankish promise. Efforts have included a high-profile misfire (The Nanny Diaries); a ...

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