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  • Summary: During the Second World War, a Gypsy family travels the roads of France before learning that the Vichy regime no longer gives them the right to travel freely. Another lush, moving exploration of the Gypsy life.(Lorber Films)
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  1. Reviewed by: Nick Schager
    Mar 22, 2011
    70
    The plotting is two-dimensional, but in the tormented visage of Taloche (James Thiérrée)-a clichéd holy simpleton enlivened by irrepressible physicality-the film seethes with full-bodied fury and anguish.
  2. Reviewed by: Eric Hynes
    Mar 22, 2011
    60
    Even as it stands as a cinematic monument to mass suffering, Korkoro can't help but swing, strum and celebrate life for as long as it lasts.
  3. Reviewed by: Scott Tobias
    Mar 25, 2011
    60
    The only character who stands out is a relentlessly clowning man-child named Taloche (James Thierree), but only as a symbol for the irrepressible spirit of an entire people.
  4. Reviewed by: Rachel Saltz
    Mar 24, 2011
    60
    Korkoro (the word means freedom in Romani) has an unexpectedly leisurely quality as it shows the texture of Gypsy life - the music-making, the intense bonds with horses and the natural world - and its awkward fit with modernity.

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