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He's back

In his new film, Jonathan Demme returns to his quirky, clear vision of what we hold most dear

Jonathan Demme (on the set of ''Rachel Getting Married'') shot his latest movie with hand-held cameras using only available light and sound. Jonathan Demme (on the set of ''Rachel Getting Married'') shot his latest movie with hand-held cameras using only available light and sound. (Bob vergara/courtesy sony pictures classics)
By Ty Burr
Globe Staff / October 12, 2008

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Welcome home, Jonathan Demme. We've missed you. "Rachel Getting Married" is the 64-year-old director's 22d theatrical release, give or take, and his seventh in a decade. Yet it's the first movie in years to showcase his vision of America as a lovely but fraught emotional playground. Demme didn't go anywhere but his sensibility did, and only with this new work ... (Full article: 1301 words)

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