“The White Ribbon” at the Orpheum

Alright, alright: last post about “The White Ribbon,” I promise. Haneke’s film, about which I’ve written a little too much (or not enough?), just began a run of indeterminate length at ye ol’ Orpheum on Friday. At the moment, the Orpheum’s menu of films is almost as tough to beat as its happy hour deal; if you’re in a less-than-grave mood, you can see “Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans” instead. Now if only they’d get their mitts on “Shutter Island” (and I expect that they will), I’d feel less guilty about missing out on yet another much-discussed recent release.

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