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BELLE EPOQUE Olnek’s latest makes occasionally edifying hay from revisionist theories about the life of Amherst’s most famous daughter.

Movie Review: 'Wild Nights With Emily' Takes a Sitcom Approach to Poet Emily Dickinson 

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Rick Kisonak

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Rick Kisonak is a film reviewer for Seven Days.

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