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Review: 'Knives and Skin' weaves an enthralling genre-bending mystery

A girl has gone missing in the restless and surreal "Knives and Skin," but filmmaker Jennifer Reeder is on the hunt for more than just one lost and searching soul in this bold arthouse genre-bender. Upending horror conventions with a wry, idiosyncratic eye, "Knives and Skin" opens and closes on the teenager in question

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