‘A Banquet’

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TIFF: Ruth Paxton’s flinty first feature uses horror expectations to tell an uncomfortable character-centric story.

‘A Banquet’ Review: Overstuffed and Underfed, This Chilling Debut Bites Off More Than It Can Chew

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