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  • A brilliant ‘Conversations’

    Beginning with its ending and cobbled together via out-of-order celluloid chunks in the vein of Pulp Fiction, Jill Sprecher's sophomore offering, 13 Conversations About One Thing, (also opening Friday at the Little) is as brilliant a second film as you're likely to see.

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