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Danish director Michael Noer's "Papillon" remake – adapted from both Henri Charriere's autobiography and the 1973 Steve McQueen and Dustin Hoffman film – is a sumptuous-looking but slow-moving prison drama that at times will have you dreaming about an escape of your own. Papillon (Charlie Hunnam) is nicknamed for the butterfly tattoo on his chest. Hunnam gives a fine performance as the unbreakable Papi, an interesting companion character to Hunnam's Percy Fawcett from "The Lost City of Z". Unlike that other film, the script for "Papillon" has chosen to make much of his journey, which includes long stretches in silent solitary confinement, an internal one."Papillon" is screening in Beirut-area
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