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iW THIS WEEK | New in Theaters: "Pencil," "No Country" and"War/Dance"

By Indiewire | Indiewire November 9, 2007 at 5:52AM

Among this week's specialty release openers are Oscar nominee Michele Ohayon's ("Colors Straight Up") "Steal a Pencil for Me." Earlier this week, she told indieWIRE that love letters between a couple in a Holocaust concentration camp "blew me away" and inspired her to tell a unique love story. The Coen Brothers' anticipated "No Country for Old Men" opens as well and Michael Koresky called it the Coen's "most fleet, vital film since 'The Big Lebowski,'" in his review in iW. And Sean Fine and Andrea Nix Fine's "War/Dance," which won the couple a directing prize at Sundance hits screens in limited release. They called their project "an opportunity to shed light on a horrific situation in their interview with indieWIRE. [Brian Brooks]
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Among this week's specialty release openers are Oscar nominee Michele Ohayon's ("Colors Straight Up") "Steal a Pencil for Me." Earlier this week, she told indieWIRE that love letters between a couple in a Holocaust concentration camp "blew me away" and inspired her to tell a unique love story. The Coen Brothers' anticipated "No Country for Old Men" opens as well and Michael Koresky called it the Coen's "most fleet, vital film since 'The Big Lebowski,'" in his review in iW. And Sean Fine and Andrea Nix Fine's "War/Dance," which won the couple a directing prize at Sundance hits screens in limited release. They called their project "an opportunity to shed light on a horrific situation in their interview with indieWIRE. [Brian Brooks]





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