Turan: 'Closer' Well Dressed but Emotionally Flat

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Los Angeles Time movie critic Kenneth Turan says the new movie Closer attempts to deal with the depth of human emotions involving love and relationships. Instead, you'll find empty people trying to fulfill their selfish desires.



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