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The best films in March 2020—Dark Waters and Portrait of a Lady on Fire

Plus the swaggering True History of the Kelly Gang

By Wendy Ide   March 2020

In Dark Waters, a muted Mark Ruffalo stars as a corporate lawyer who finds himself drawn into a web of global malfeasance.

Dark Waters, Released on 28th February

Todd Haynes brings his meticulously textured directorial approach to a factually-based whistleblower drama about the DuPont Teflon scandal. A muted Mark Ruffalo, above, stars as a corporate lawyer who finds himself drawn into a case which starts with the groundwater poisoning of a farm in West Virginia, but ends with global ramifications. Anne Hathaway is the wife who is sidelined by her husband’s…

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