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'NY84' deftly captures the city and an era in the shadow of AIDS

“NY84” is a bleak but affecting portrait of three Manhattan friends from 1980 to ’84 or, as the film might have it, from a time of innocence to the era of AIDS. French writer-director Cyril Morin’s unconventional, collage-like approach to telling his skeletal story won’t be for everyone, but it’s...
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