British filmmaker Stephen Frears has directed such films as "My Beautiful Laundrette," Dangerous Liaisons," "The Snapper" and "The Queen." His latest film, "Tamara Drewe," is about a young woman who's return shakes up the village where she was born. Colorado Public radio film critic Howie Movshovitz says that this latest film only confirms that Frears has the sharpest wit in recent comedy.
Film Review: 'Tamara Drewe'
By Howie Movshovitz Nov 24, 2010
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