Today on indieWIRE: 'Hanna'gets some love, a recent Oscar-winner opens up about her latest drama, and Michigan gets a bad rep.

Caryn James was lucky enough to catch Joe Wright's ('Atonement') first stab at an action thriller -- 'Hanna' -- and she liked what she saw. "I've found Wright's literary adaptations competent, pretty, and never as moving as they should be," she wrote. "But his coolness works here, and he displays an unexpected flair for large landscapes and zooming action, which never flags."
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