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The film could be considered quietly revolutionary — unless, of course, you specifically seek the comfort and assurance of the formulaic.
Mark Rylance as Maurice Flitcroft in ‘The Phantom of the Open.’ Nick Wall
Mr. Tsai is a film critic with bylines in The New York Sun, Los Angeles Times, and many others. He holds a master's in Cinema Studies from New York University's Tisch School of the Arts.
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