Diamond in the rough - Page 2

Sugar defies baseball-movie cliches -- and builds, almost unnoticeably, to exhilarating effect
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All wound up

Among so many recent movies about immigrants pursuing the elusive American Dream, Sugar is a rare upbeat one, partly because it allows that the dream might best be realized when one settles for less than it first promised.

SUGAR opens Fri/10 in Bay Area theaters.

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