Kathleen Maher

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The Reporting Life
The Reporting Life
Oh, the places you'll go

Features, Sept. 2, 2021

Glengarry Glen Ross
David Mamet's story of salesmen caught in their unique form of hell also offers a cornucopia of fine performances.

Movie Review, Oct. 9, 1992

Echoes From a Somber Empire

Movie Review, Oct. 2, 1992

Innocent Blood

Movie Review, Oct. 2, 1992


Movie Review, Sept. 18, 1992

The Hairdresser's Husband
The Hairdresser's Husband is a tightly knit, though slight, tale told in the best of humor. It's the story of despair bred by utter happiness. The story of this marriage begins with the husband's childhood in which he developed an adolescent crush on the town's buxom barber and also a severe case of jock itch thanks to the red wool bathing trunks his mother made him wear. Freud would not approve.

Movie Review, Sept. 18, 1992

Time Will Tell

Movie Review, Sept. 11, 1992


Movie Review, Sept. 11, 1992

Traces of Red

Movie Review, Sept. 4, 1992

Honeymoon in Vegas

Movie Review, Aug. 28, 1992

Highway 61

Movie Review, Aug. 14, 1992

Locked Up Time

Movie Review, July 31, 1992

Mo' Money

Movie Review, July 31, 1992

Man Trouble

Movie Review, July 24, 1992

Prelude to a Kiss

Movie Review, July 17, 1992

Revew: Incident at Oglala
Incident at Oglala
British filmmaker Apted makes a carefully reasoned, yet passionate statement about the legal system that has ensnared American Indian Movement activist Leonard Peltier.

Movie Review, July 10, 1992

Revew: Titicut Follies
Titicut Follies
Wiseman filmed conditions in the Bridgeport Mental Hospital with a bare minimum of crew and equipment, which resulted in a devastatingly candid view of life behind the high walls of a state mental hospital for the criminally insane.

Movie Review, July 10, 1992

Unlawful Entry

Movie Review, July 3, 1992

Hearing Voices

Movie Review, June 26, 1992


Movie Review, June 12, 1992

Belle Noiseuse, La

Movie Review, June 5, 1992

Leaving Normal

Movie Review, June 5, 1992

Far and Away

Movie Review, May 29, 1992

My Father Is Coming
An immigrant actress' father visits her from Germany and does better in America than she – plus he begins to date Annie Sprinkle.

Movie Review, May 22, 1992


Movie Review, May 8, 1992

The Station

Movie Review, May 8, 1992

1991's Academy Award winner for Best Foreign Film is based on a true story about a small troop of Italian soldiers abandoned on a Greek island while World War II rages on around them.

Movie Review, May 1, 1992

Alan & Naomi

Movie Review, April 24, 1992

City of Joy

Movie Review, April 17, 1992

Revew: The Wages of Fear
The Wages of Fear

Movie Review, April 10, 1992

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