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[TIFF Review] ‘The Crescent’ is Twisty and Nightmarish

The trailer for The Crescent is a little deceiving: there’s both a lot more and a lot less going on in the film. The opening scenes quickly establish that Beth (Danika Vandersteen) is a recent widow who is not processing her grief well. She’s distant and a little vacant, an absent mother to her young […]
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