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"The Meaning of Life" by Jill Lapore: The evolution of Milton Bradley's virtuous Game of Life.
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"Drifters" by Anthony Lane: Hal Hartley's Fay Grim and the Owen brothers (Luke, Wilson, and Andrew) in The Wendell Baker Story.
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