For $9,000, the most underrated auteur of his era, Edward Burns, made his newest film Newlyweds. That's universally unheard of in modern cinema.
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Edward Burns, the Tribeca-based filmmaker, is fast becoming a New York treasure. With Newlyweds, Burns zeros in on a kind of Gotham Everyman, exploring how a promising marriage can be sabotaged by the demands of family.
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