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New York Times - Entertainment

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Some Movies Actually Understand Poverty in America -- The complex realities of subsistence escape "Hillbilly Elegy." But as far back as Charlie Chaplin's "City Lights," filmmakers have been turning a discerning eye on destitution. -- Joshua Rothkopf

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HBO Documentary Has Competition. These Women Don't Seem Worried. -- These days everybody wants a piece of the nonfiction game. HBO's documentary heads, Nancy Abraham and Lisa Heller, talked about how they're navigating the evolving landscape. -- Elisabeth Vincentelli

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Her Antenna Is Tuned to the Quietest Voices -- Yu Miri won a National Book Award for "Tokyo Ueno Station," a novel whose main character is the ghost of a homeless construction worker. -- Motoko Rich

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Even From the Desert, Danny Lyon Still Speaks to the Streets -- The indefatigable photographer on the struggles of getting his new film to the next generation of activists. -- Rebecca Bengal

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In 'Your Honor,' a New Orleans Judge Breaks Bad -- It was the best show idea the writer Peter Moffat had ever heard. Bryan Cranston loved it, too. Their new mini-series asks: How far would you go to protect your child? -- Elisabeth Vincentelli

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Which Nxivm Show Is Better? An Expert Investigates -- The reporter who broke the story of the cult for The New York Times thought he was done with Nxivm. But he couldn't resist seeing how "The Vow" and "Seduced" compared with his own experiences. -- Barry Meier

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Sotheby's and Christie's Look to Luxury as a Coronavirus Antidote -- The world's two biggest auction houses are selling more watches, jewelry and handbags, but art's still where the money is. -- Scott Reyburn

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Children's Books -- Gift Books for Children (That Adults Will Also Love) -- Upside-down fairy tales, a neon periodic table, the art of Ramona Quimby and more. -- Jennifer Krauss

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'Black Beauty' Review: A Melodrama in Need of Rougher Edges -- Set in the present day, this adaptation of the classic children's novel forgets why the story of a horse surviving the maliciousness of humans has endured for so long. -- Robert Daniels

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Nonfiction -- Crisscrossing the Country on Highways Big and Small -- In "The National Road," Tom Zoellner set out to discover what connects us as Americans at a time when divisions run deep. -- Jody Rosen

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