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  • Discover the past behind the movie magic
  • Discover the past behind the movie magic
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Discover the past behind the movie magic

To mark the release of A Most Violent Year, the film’s promoters have created a ‘culture website’ exploring the unique moment in time that inspired it. Featuring documentary footage and archival media, it promises a time-travelling experience for cultural detectives. 

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