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The documentary's cleverness is that it resists the roundness of resolution or catharsis, while also acknowledging that Khan and Steve will always remain some kind of asymmetrical unit.
It's a beautiful film that dives into deep waters, although several questions remain unanswered.
It's not a perfect film by any means but it explores a painful subject intelligently and respectfully.
A Better Man deals with a hot-button issue in sensitive fashion.
This is one woman's journey, and we as viewers should feel privileged to have been invited along.
A documentary in which a couple with a history of domestic violence try to heal the wounds.
It's interesting enough.
The truth of what happened two decades ago is violent and shocking and still incomplete, but this powerful prising-open of a taboo subject has the quiet potential to terrify.
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