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Michael Sala’s ‘The Restorer’

‘Every relationship between the family members is frayed, and the tension is drawn out in small conflicts over the course of the year, with characters unable to forgive past actions that others want forgotten. These small actions build to a violent climax that justifies the dread and unease that’s felt...

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