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'Sicario' director's recipe for suspense; The Broad critiqued; Harry Nilsson fans unite

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Director Denis Villeneuve on the set of the Mexican gang geo-political movie "Sicario"
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Director Denis Villeneuve on the set of the Mexican gang geo-political movie "Sicario"

How director Denis Villeneuve created the suspense of 'Sicario' and why he's remaking 'Blade Runner'; The Broad is about to open its doors and art critics are critical; Harry Nilsson fans lobby the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame.

Eric Gibson of the Wall Street Journal talks about the "numbingly familiar" art featured in the show, plus how the Broad can do it better for its next exhibition.
Although he won two Grammys, wrote hits for The Monkees and was cited by The Beatles as their “favorite group,” Harry Nilsson isn't exactly a household name.
Director Denis Villeneuve talks about how he created the intense atmosphere in "Sicario" and why he's attracted to making dark films.
Eric Gibson of the Wall Street Journal talks about the "numbingly familiar" art featured in the show, plus how the Broad can do it better for its next exhibition.
Although he won two Grammys, wrote hits for The Monkees and was cited by The Beatles as their “favorite group,” Harry Nilsson isn't exactly a household name.
Director Denis Villeneuve talks about how he created the intense atmosphere in "Sicario" and why he's attracted to making dark films.
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