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  • November 14, 2011
    By Peter Keough

    Unlike Werner Herzog, New Hampshire filmmaker Jacqueline Goss didn't need to go to Antarctica to experience the end of the world. Instead she climbed the highest peak of her home state's White Mountains for her feature The Observers. It's a visually stunning, bleakly evocative adaptation of "The Great Carbuncle," Nathaniel Hawthorne's allegorical short story about wrong-headed ambition that's set at the wind-blasted Mt.

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See this film: The Observers @ the Brattle
Published 11/14/2011 by Peter Keough
Unlike Werner Herzog, New Hampshire filmmaker Jacqueline Goss didn't need to go to Antarctica to experience the end of the world. Instead she climbed the...

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