Kill Your Darlings (Review)

Kill Your Darlings (Review)
Kill Your Darlings (Review)
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When Alan Ginsberg (Daniel Radcliffe) was a freshman at Columbia University, he made three writer pals (Lucien Carr, William S. Burroughs & Jack Kerouac) who would be the foundation of the Beat revolution. This isn’t just about their seminal relationships (and Ginsberg’s sexual awakening), but about the lethal act that caused a major fissure in their lives. Radcliffe does an impressive job, but all of the performances and the spirited pacing keep this freewheeling story interesting. While it’s not a great film, it’s the best I’ve seen on this subject and a cursory, yet fascinating glimpse into some complex relationships.


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