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Reitman’s suburban tale artfully weaves a handful of overlapping stories of lonely teenagers and their lonely parents in small town Texas, all of whom are unable to summon a smile in the two hours of this dour, downbeat melodrama.

Reitman’s suburban tale artfully weaves a handful of overlapping stories of lonely teenagers and their lonely parents in small town Texas, all of whom are unable to summon a smile in the two hours of this dour, downbeat melodrama.

It begins with Nick Dunne (Ben Affleck) caressing the head of his wife, Amy (Rosamund Pike), and wondering to himself, “What are you thinking?” It’s the film’s unsolvable mystery: the unknowingness of another, even one who shares your bed.

It begins with Nick Dunne (Ben Affleck) caressing the head of his wife, Amy (Rosamund Pike), and wondering to himself, “What are you thinking?” It’s the film’s unsolvable mystery: the unknowingness of another, even one who shares your bed.

Review: ‘Tracks’ leaves a mark

In this image released by The Weinstein Company,  Mia Wasikowska, left, and Adam Driver appear in a scene from "Tracks." (AP Photo/The Weinstein Company, Matt Nettheim)

“All Is Lost” with Robert Redford or the upcoming “Wild,” in which Reese Witherspoon hikes the Pacific Coast Trail.

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