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Film Review: ‘Never Steady, Never Still’

The title may imply fevered motion, but it’s the serenity that gets you in “Never Steady, Never Still,” a stoically broken-hearted debut feature from Canadian writer-director Kathleen Hepburn that settles on viewers as quietly as overnight snow on a wintering field. Charting a year in the life of a family in rural British Columbia ruptured by an unanticipated passing, Hepburn’s film eschews the expected emotional progression of a g…

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