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By Raymond Carney

This is a examine of the movie Shadows, directed by means of John Cassavetes. The movie tells the tale of 3 beatnik siblings residing jointly. during this booklet, Carney addresses how the movie offers with racial issues, despite the director wishing it to be a human movie involved to rescue the "small emotions" of life.

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