George Washington

Stylized to the point of poetry, David Gordon Green's impressive debut fuses the lyricism of Terence Malick with Harmony Korine's willingness to poke around the garbage-strewn landscape of the American underclass. When it works, the effect is a little like Faulkner; when it fails it's a maddening exercise in willful obscurity. The film is set in an impoverished, more

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