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There’s a terrible reality to “The Road” — a sickening, no-exit sensation of being in a waking nightmare. An old Woody Allen maxim has it that people don’t want too much reality from the movies; “The Road” on the other hand, has no interest in what people want but what they can endure.

Gray and cold and gritty with dust, “The Road” has the look and texture of a chunk of fossilized catastrophe, or a fistful of dirt from the site of a nuclear power-plant disaster.

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