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{ "b" : "CINEMA: MYSTERIOUS SKIN," , "cite" : "directed by Gregg Araki, at selected cinemas from May 20."}

14th May, 2005

{ "#" : "Given that the cinema of each era reflects its society, the spate of relatively recent films about paedophilia and child abuse makes for worrying times. Mysterious Skin is the latest to add to this list, including Song for a Raggy Boy, Happiness, The Woodsman, Palindromes and Tarnation." , "b" : "CINEMA: MYSTERIOUS SKIN," , "cite" : "directed by Gregg Araki, at selected cinemas from May 20."}

This adaptation of Scott Heim's novel tells the parallel stories of two boys growing...

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