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That a Kathryn Bigelow movie starring Sean Penn and Liz Hurley’s gone straight to video tells you much: it’s a muddled attempt to carry two parallel stories, one ancient (with Sarah Polley), one modern (where Penn recites bad poetry while Hurley rubs ice cubes over her nipples). Confused, pompous.

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