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Fugitive Pieces

Dir: Jeremy Podeswa. Canada. 108 minsSomewhere in the midst of Fugitive Pieces, a story informed by memories of the Holocaust, a character explains that the amazing aspect of wood is not that it burns, but that it floats. The life lesson is that in all things there is a positive and negative component. And the same can be said of this adaptation of the novel by Anne Michaels.

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