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" Women! I like ‘em fat and vicious and not too smart. "
— Anthony Quinn (as Gaugin), Lust for Life

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The Vast of Night

What sets it apart and makes it special is how the simple story is told. —Matt Anderson (review...)

The Vast of Night

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