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Movie Reviews

Two Ways Of Documenting Uncertainty: 'All This Panic' And 'God Knows Where I Am'

Two documentaries out now flex a bit of moviemaking technique: All This Panic, about young women exploring what life has to offer, and God Knows Where I Am, about a woman who's sure she's seen it all.

Crooked Railroad New West Guitar Group
Beat Me Till I'm Blue Blow Up
Moon RRAREBEAR
In The Shadow Of The Colossi Doug Kaufman
Humble Kendrick Lamar
Capturing Something The Secret Whistle
Confessions BadBadNotGood

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Two Ways Of Documenting Uncertainty: 'All This Panic' And 'God Knows Where I Am'

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Bring Back Pluto Aesop Rock
Superwoman Alicia Keys
Time Is the Enemy Quantic

Syrian refugee Monzer Omar, 34, was recently reunited with his family in Germany. Wife Walaa Ahmed, 26, holds 14-month-old Lossin. Omar holds Lamar (left), age 4, and Lojain, 2. Esme Nicholson/NPR hide caption

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In Germany, A Syrian Refugee Is Reunited With His Family

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Hyperion Tom Barfod
Start Shootin' Little People
Istar Mahala Rai Banda

Brian Rusk voted for President Trump after his two other picks dropped out of the race. Here, the longtime Republican activist holds a picture of himself with former President George H.W. Bush. Don Gonyea/NPR hide caption

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How A Divided Upstate New York Views Trump Amid His Sliding Approval Ratings

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Organism Tommy Guerrero
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