Tribeca 2012 Reviews: ‘Sleepless Night,’ ‘Supporting Characters,’ and ‘Elles’
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What’s always most exciting about film festivals is the range of different films available for watching and enjoying – all within the same period of time, and often in the same venues. That’s just as evident as ever in this year’s Tribeca Film Festival line-up, a festival that has kicked off with The Five-Year Engagement, will end with The Avengers, and will show over 200 films in between. Our first round of Tribeca reviews only highlights that variety of films, as it include a French actioner, an true American independent, and a dramedy about ladies of the night.
After the break, check out mini reviews for Sleepless Night, Supporting Characters, and Elles – all very different Tribeca Film Festival films, and all films likely to find their own unique audiences in the Big Apple and beyond.
One of the festival circuit’s most buzzed-about films finally lands in New York City, and damn if all of that high praise didn’t give it a bit too much to live up to. Frederi
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