Toward the end of Nicholas Racz's quirky, quiet, noirish thriller, "The Burial Society," Sheldon Kasner, the film's protagonist but certainly not its hero, whines: "Why can't anything ever be easy for me?" It's a line Woody Allen might have used in "Take the Money and Run," but while...
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July 15, 2004 | 8:00 pm
March 9, 2000 | 7:00 pmAn edgy moodiness pervades "Kadosh," Israeli filmmaker Amos Gitai's jaundiced examination of haredi Jerusalem women oppressed by religious extremism. There is little nuance in this uneven film or in Gitai's intentions: to expose the fanaticism of the haredi community and the misogyny...