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On Movies: His quiet little 'anti-film'
Posted on Sun, May 25, 2014
People were talking about a little black-and-white Polish movie at the Toronto International Film Festival in September. People like Alfonso Cuarón, who would go on to win the Oscar for directing Gravity, and who couldn't say enough about Ida, the story of a quiet, sheltered 18-year-old preparing to become a nun.
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