9 years after “Boys Don’t Cry,” director finds a movie that moves her

 

Kimberly Peirce's feature film "Boys Don't Cry" opened in theaters in 1999 to great acclaim, winning an Academy Award for Hilary Swank and catapulting Peirce into the elite circle of directors-to-watch. Nine years later, she's back with her second feature, the military drama "Stop-Loss" (opening in theaters Friday). And yes, there were a few detours along the way.

(Seattle Times)


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