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See, Hear, Read: our experts pick the movie, music and book release of the month

They love it. We want it. Three red-hot releases

Game of Thrones, Season 1“I have to admit: I haven’t read the books this TV series is based on, and I probably won’t. I really love it as a show. It’s full of political intrigue, with all these knights and noblemen vying for power in the mythical Seven Kingdoms of Westeros. The plots can be intricate, but the stories are very character-based. It’s more grounded than Lord of the Rings, and the fantasy never gets too grandiose.”
—Daniel Hanna Owner of Eyesore Cinema

Game of Thrones, Season 1 (March 6)


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See, Hear, Read: three local experts tell us what books, movies and music they’re craving this month

They love it. We want it. Three red-hot releases

“Documentaries often present their subjects in a cold, clinical light. Marwencol, about a man who suffers brain damage after being assaulted, isn’t like that at all. During his recovery, the man builds a fantasy world in his backyard that is populated by tiny soldiers. He puts people he knows in the diorama—himself, his wife—and constructs a narrative for every little piece. It’s a bizarre and beautiful film; by the end, my jaw hurt from smiling.”
—DANIEL HANNA
Owner of Eyesore Cinema

Marwencol, directed by Jeff Malmberg (April 12)

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