It's tempting to give the short film short shrift. Is less less? Is less more? Or is less the same?Various mechanisms allow the short to transcend its
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The Roxie Cinema sits in the heart of San Francisco's hip/grungy Mission District, footsteps away from trendy pubs, the city's best burrito (the real
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