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Kirsten Dunst is a strong actress in need of a breakthrough part to live up to the promise she showed in her earlier work. All Good Things should have been that production, but the troubled film, out on Blu-ray this week from Magnolia Home Entertainment, failed her and the audience thanks to director Andrew Jarecki staying on the surface throughout the story of a marriage gone wrong. Jarecki is a documentarian best known for Capturing the Friedmans and he intended this movie to be based on the true life story of Robert and Kathleen Durst.

Robert Durst was the second son of the powerful Seymour Durst who ran the Durst Organization, which own lucrative, if shady, real estate in Times Square. In fact, the film suggests the Dursts were the reason the center of midtown remained squalid for so long was because they were resistant to change, butting heads with City Hall. »

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