King of the Hill (1993)

There is a recurring human warmth in Steven Soderbegh’s movies and this is perhaps the film that shows that most openly. It’s not a great movie – and perhaps wears its heart too much on its sleeve – but it is well written, well acted and solidly dire…(read more)cted. Intriguing as an early piece of Soderbegh and as a eye-opening presentation of a document of the depression in America.

Rating 3.5/5

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~ by Doug Newdick on November 2, 2007.

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