The Ballad of Jack and Rose
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Ansen, David. "Paradise Re-Lost. Writer-director Rebecca Miller and her husband, Daniel Day Lewis create an extraordinary 'ballad'". In: "Newsweek" (New York, USA), The Washington Post Company, 28 March 2005, Pg. 60, (MG), ISSN: 0028-9604
Hornaday, Ann. "'Ballad': A Shadowy Father Figure". In: "The Washington Post" (USA), Vol. 128, Iss. 117, 1 April 2005, Pg. c5, (NP)
Murray, Steve. "A mournful 'Ballad': Alienation, isolation and innocence lost". In: "The Atlanta Journal-Constitution" (Atlanta, GA, USA), Atlanta Newspapers, Vol. 57, Iss. 91, 1 April 2005, Pg. h8, (NP)
Schwarzbaum, Lisa. "The Ballad of Jack & Rose: A hauntingly beautiful elegy for the loss of life and innocence (A)". In: "Entertainment Weekly" (USA), Vol. 813, 1 April 2005, Pg. 47-48, (MG)
Thomson, Desson. "Rambling 'Rose' Loses Its Way". In: "The Washington Post" (USA), Vol. 128, Iss. 117, 1 April 2005, Pg. 43-44, (NP), (weekend section)

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