Julianne Moore in Wonderstruck. Photo credit: Courtesy of Cannes Film Festival
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ProPublica has profiled a group from Southern California that has gone to rallies in Charlottesville, Berkeley and elsewhere. The group is called the Rise Above Movement. It has about 50 members who promote racist and Nazi views. Physical violence and training for violence is a key part of the group’s identity.
Our critics review “Only the Brave,” which is about a group of real-life men who fought a big wildfire in Arizona in 2013; Tyler Perry’s “Boo! 2;” and “The Snowman,” starring Michael Fassbender as a serial killer.
Todd Haynes’s new film, “Wonderstruck,” moves between the 1920s and the 1970s, telling parallel stories of two deaf kids, Ben and Rose, who run away from home to New York City to try to find an absent parent.
Jaden Michael, Oakes Fegley, and Julianne Moore in "Wonderstruck." Photo Credit: Mary Cybulski/Amazon Studios and Roadside Attractions.
Director Todd Haynes on the set of "Wonderstruck." Photo Credit: Mary Cybulski/Amazon Studios and Roadside Attractions.
Todd Haynes, filmmaker
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