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Letters from Iwo Jima / **** (R)
by Jim Emerson Editor, RogerEbert.com For a fraction of a second at the very beginning of Clint Eastwood's "Letters from Iwo Jima," you may think that you are gazing overhead at a field of stars. In fact, you are looking straight down into the ground, at waves of black sand on the volcanic island where, over the course of five weeks in February and March, 1945, an invasion force of 100,000 Americans (two thirds of them U.S. Marines) fought 22,000 entrenched Japanese infantrymen. Only 1,083 Japanese survived the battle, while 6,821 Americans were killed and 20,000 wounded.

January 12, 2007 / * ()
Alpha Dog
Arthur and the Invisibles
Stomp the Yard
Wrestling With Angels: Playwright Tony Kushner
Le Petit Lieutenant, Things to Do, Wondrous Oblivion

Perfume: The Story of a Murderer / **** (R)
Not only does "Perfume" seem impossible to film, it must have been amost impossible for Patrick Suskind to write. How do you describe the ineffable enigma of a scent in words? The audiobook, read by Sean Barrett, is the best audio performance I have ever heard; he snuffles and sniffles his way to greatness and you almost believe he is inhaling bliss, or the essence of a stone. I once almost destroyed a dinner party by putting it on for "five minutes," after which nobody wanted to stop listening.

January 5, 2007 / * ()
Miss Potter
Freedom Writers
Happily N'Ever After
The Beales of Grey Gardens
La Brune et Moi, The Piano Tuner of Earthquakes, Brothers Quay: Programs 1 & 2

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