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Romantic Comedy With High Stakes: An Interview with ‘Hysteria’ Director Tanya Wexler

Romantic comedy was once a noble genre, a place to work out not only will they or won’t they, but why or why not, and should they or shouldn’t they? The Lady Eve may be a goofy romp about a conwoman and her beer-heir mark, but Barbara Stanwyck and Henry Fonda’s spiky courtship is all [...]
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