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Sometimes a bit of breathless claustrophobia is just the thing to combat a scorching-hot summer (you know, fight panic with panic), and what could be better for that than a submarine thriller?

“Black Sea” may have a little daylight, but it’s not light fare — not a single ray of joy peeps through. Directed by Kevin Macdonald (“The Last King of Scotland,” “Touching the Void”), it’s a film submerged in depression, suspicion and corrosive fear.

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