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Subject: THE FLORIDA PROJECT (no spoilers)
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From: moviePig <pwallace@moviepig.com>
Subject: THE FLORIDA PROJECT (no spoilers)
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Writer-director Sean Baker (TANGERINE) turns his disquisitive eye on the 
matchstick sub-culture growing in the economic crevices of Orlando's 
Disney World.  Willem DaFoe heads the adult cast, but the stars are a 
few very young kids whose performances approach Cinema Verite.  (The 
DVD's making-of is a particularly engaging one.)  THE FLORIDA PROJECT 
is, to be sure, an art-house movie, with an art-house movie's ambiance 
and structure.  It's nevertheless gripping -- and well recommended.


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