Review: Life During Wartime

Todd Solondz rose to prominence during the indie film surge of the 1990s: Welcome to the Dollhouse (1995) and Happiness (1998) established a vision unmistakably his own. Tackling issues that haunt all of Solondz films—boredom, loneliness, mistaken communication, failed connection—his latest offering, Life During Wartime, revisits the Jordan sisters featured in Happiness.


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