Darkness Doubled

Grandrieux, Adachi, and documentary portraiture as a meeting of minds
by Leo Goldsmith   posted Jan 7, 2012

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Leo Goldsmith co-edits the film section of The Brooklyn Rail and is a PhD candidate in the Department of Cinema Studies at New York University. He contributes regularly to Not Coming to a Theater Near You and Reverse Shot.

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