Point Break Goes to Iraq 

On the occasion of the release of The Hurt Locker (see Michael Joshua Rowin's review), a look at Kathryn Bigelow's close identification with, and ironic distance from, her IED-defusin', surfin', bank-robbin' adrenaline junkies. (Transcript here.)

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