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Like her last movie, Old Joy (2006), Wendy and Lucy is adapted from a short story by the Portland, Oregon, writer Jon Raymond, whose intently observant and unillusioned take on his home territory has been adopted by Reichardt as her own.
Metronatural America Raban, Jonathan 2009
For hours, he has told me you can be unillusioned without being disillusioned.
The result was an often-times abrasive and unillusioned presentation of what romantics and exoticists had expressed before him.
Henri Michaux greenintegerblog 2008
It offers an unillusioned, compassionate portrayal of contemporary society from a Philippines perspective, and is utterly compelling.
Like Housman he was a Romantic born out of his age; and it is ironic that his poetry was nonetheless identified, not long since, as wholly in keeping with the drab, diminished, unillusioned spirit of postwar Britain, a poetry of low-keyed vernacular honesty, whose every line seemed to be saying: 'Come off it.'
On Philip Larkin Bayley, John 1986
Terry watched him with fond but unillusioned eyes, which proves that she really loved him.
One Basket Edna Ferber 1926
Terry watched him with fond, but unillusioned eyes, which proves that she really loved him.
Cheerful—By Request Edna Ferber 1926
George Washington himself, that unillusioned soldier and great patriot, extolled "the benefits of a wise and liberal Government" and advocated "a liberal system of policy".
Slate Magazine Peter Clarke 2011
Konner gives a comprehensive overview, thoughtful and humble, unillusioned.
Oregon, writer Jon Raymond, whose intently observant and unillusioned take on his home territory has been adopted by Reichardt as her own.