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Keane

Damian Lewis, Abigail Breslin, Amy Ryan, Liza Colon-Zayas, Lev Gorn

Directed by Lodge H. Kerrigan
Rolling Stone: star rating
5 3
Community: star rating
5 3 0
September 15, 2005

Those who know indie writer-director Lodge Kerrigan from Clean, Shaven and Claire Dolan will enter at their own risk. The unprepared will be properly floored by this tale of a man (a strikingly intense Damian Lewis) who roams the streets of New York in search of his lost daughter. Kerrigan is without peer at plumbing the violence of the mind. Keane means to shakes us, and does.

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