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The 10 Great Performers of 2017 (And Why We Chose Them)

A.O. Scott, co-chief film critic for The Times, and Wesley Morris, critic at large, discuss the 10 great movie performances of 2017.

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The 10 Great Performers of 2017 (And Why We Chose Them)

By CHRISTOPHER WHITWORTH | Dec. 7, 2017 | 7:18

A.O. Scott, co-chief film critic for The Times, and Wesley Morris, critic at large, discuss the 10 great movie performances of 2017.

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