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Slow-burning Southern thriller
Posted on Fri, Mar 15, 2013
'India, who are you?" a frosty and flummoxed Nicole Kidman asks Mia Wasikowska, who is wandering in a dreamy storm cloud - in the role of the just-turned-18 daughter, India - in Stoker. Then again, Kidman's Evelyn doesn't seem to know who anyone is. "Charlie, who in the world are you?" she earlier inquired of Matthew Goode, who plays her brother-in-law, and who shows up unexpectedly at the funeral of, yes, his brother, her husband, India's father.
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