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Perhaps the most complete biographical drama of its year, Fosse/Verdon is a vast and brilliantly made artistic glimpse into the mind of a highly troubled genius. Sam Rockwell and Michelle Williams both deliver the performances of their lifetimes, and Thomas Kail (jumping from stage to screen for the first time) shows much potential as an exciting fresh voice in the genre. Successfully straying away from biographical cliches, its length is felt every once in a while during segments that come to a standstill, but overall, it aids in crafting an all-encompassing and risk-heavy piece of media that is worth a watch for those who are fans of film and theater, and are looking for greater offerings in the biographical genre.
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