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Andrea
میهمان

I’ve just graduated thesis on health The power of Thomas Vinterberg’s “The Hunt” flows in part from its inevitability and, paradoxically, its familiarity. A little girl’s random remark raises troubling questions about Lucas, a blameless kindergarten teacher, and the residents of a pleasant Danish town leap to the conclusion that he’s a serial child-molester. In other words, it’s a witch hunt, one that replays some of the classic elements of “The Crucible” (or transplants to Denmark the real-life events of the McMartin preschool trial that gripped Los Angeles a quarter-century ago.)