'Look Both Ways' Film critic David Edelstein reviews the new Australian film Look Both Ways, which was written and directed by Sarah Watt.
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Look Both Ways is the first feature by the award-winning Australian animator Sarah Watt. Though the film is live-action, it contains bursts of animation. Justine Clarke plays a watercolors painter consumed by visions of her own demise. Our film critic has a review.