What Maisie Knew - Review

When Henry James published What Maisie Knew in 1897, the idea of an innocent child being shuttled back and forth between spoiled divorced parents was a novel one. Today it's all too common. Maybe that's why Scott McGehee and David Siegel's depressing dysfunctional-family drama feels so pointless and inert. READ MORE...


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