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Film: Goodbye Solo | reviews, news & interviews

Film: Goodbye Solo

Film: Goodbye Solo

A taxi to the dark side

Two people are in the car, one black (the driver, inevitably), one white. But this is not Driving Miss Daisy, nor Collateral; its two occupants aren't played by Oscar-hungry stars, and the ride does not end up at the expected - or, indeed, desired - destination. Instead, Goodbye Solo is a modest, apparently artless film shot through with troubling ambivalence.

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