This image released by Cinedigm shows Jesse Eisenberg in a scene from "Night Moves." (AP Photo/Cinedigm)
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In Kelly Reichardt's spare, eco-terrorist thriller, the two spurts of violence that disturb the placid pine forests of the Pacific Northwest are each hazy with fog.A thick moral cloudiness hangs over "Night Moves," Reichardt's fifth film. Three disillusioned environmentalist radicals conspire to send a message by blowing up a dam that has upset the local ecosystem. The alternative in the film -- living peacefully in yurts removed from the rest of the world -- also doesn't feel like a satisfactory answer for Reichardt.If pressed, I'd still take 1975's pulpy "Night Moves," with Gene Hackman as a private eye, over Reichardt's film.
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