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Posted by Peter Bowen | August 1, 2011
As part of their "Our Far-Flung Correspondents" project, Chicago Sun-Times and Roger Ebert recently posted an article "Somewhere Between Heaven and Hell" about Martin McDonagh's IN BRUGES. Writing from Cairo, Wael Khairy takes a smart look back at this hit-men-traveling-in-Europe comedy staring Colin Farrell and Brendan Gleeson. At the start Khairy writes,
With IN BRUGES, it feels like Martin McDonagh opened a window in a room where the air has been recycled endlessly. For his directional debut is a true work of originality. It strikes a balance between humor and drama and adds a rare layer of philosophical undertones to the genre.