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In ‘Dark Waters,’ lawyer exposes corporation secretly poisoning Americans for profit

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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…

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