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There may not be a better- acted film this year. Read full review
"In Cold Blood," "Badlands," "The Executioner's Song," and now, joining those grisly milestones on the heartland hit list, and every bit their equal, is Boys Don't Cry. Read full review
For a movie that ends in the profoundest depths of sadness, Boys Don't Cry contains one of the year's purest moments of joy. Read full review
It's Swank, however, who's the revelation. By the end, her Brandon/Teena is beyond male or female. It's as if we were simply glimpsing the character's soul, in all its yearning and conflicted beauty. Read full review
One of the best films of the year. Read full review
To say this bone-chilling, gut-turning feature is "The Crying Game"-meets-"In Cold Blood." But this is a film - writer/director Peirce's first - that matches those pictures in power, in surprise, and in unnerving drama. Read full review
A powerful, deeply moving tale, immeasurably facilitated by the performance of relatively unknown Hilary Swank as Brandon...smartly shot and edited, and the performances are dead-on. Read full review
A weeper poised to endure as one of the dominant independent features of the year. Read full review
A stirring, emotionally true testament to foolish bravery as well as shameful evidence of the severity with which it is so often punished. Read full review
A shockingly intimate and deeply affecting film about the roots of sexual role playing. Read full review
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