Two films forego cliches to capture genuine relationships
By Shannon Grisso
On the surface, the motion pictures Cowboys & Angels and D.E.B.S. seem to have little in common. Cowboys & Angels, the 2003 feature debut by Irish filmmaker David Gleeson, is a small, low-budget coming-of-age film while D.E.B.S., written, directed and edited by Angela Robinson, is a flashy comedy with slick production styles.
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