Vadim Rizov Reviews A Year Ago In Winter

From the title down, A Year Ago in Winter has the vibe of one of those generic prize-winning novels about New England families falling apart in the dead of winter—tastefully “understated,” deflecting criticism with sheer modesty. The emotional trains run strictly on time in Caroline Link‘s adaptation of a novel called (of course) Aftermath, which swaps Boston for Germany without missing a beat.

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