by Warren Curry
Joshua Marston, incredibly, has only made two feature films. I’m astounded because he writes and directs with such a sure touch that you’d think he’d have closer to a dozen features under his belt. “The Forgiveness of Blood” is a worthy successor to 2004’s “Maria Full of Grace,” easily one of the best debut films of the past decade. It’s a shame this gifted filmmaker doesn’t work more often.
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