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  • THE BACK ROW MANIFESTO by Tom Hall
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    Toronto 2008 | Three Monkeys

    Toronto 2008 | Three Monkeys

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    Okkervil Podrida

    Okkervil Podrida

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    DISPATCH FROM VENICE '08 | "The Wrestler," "Un Lac," and "Stella" Stand Out During a Troubled Fest a

    As if to prove that good things do, indeed, come to those who wait, Venice on its penultimate day delivered three of its strongest films. It was a pity, then, that almost no one was left to see them, having by then left the Lido with their minds already made up about this year's festival.

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    TORONTO '08 CRITICS NOTEBOOK | Veteran Filmmakers Stand Out With "Last Stop" While Newcomers Delive

    British director Nigel Cole, best known for the popular art-house comedies "Saving Grace" and "Calendar Girls," introduced his latest film, the father/son road drama "$5 A Day," by explaining to the Toronto International Film Festival audiences at its Saturday night premiere its qualifications as a ...

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    Toronto Tidbits: Bill Maher.

    Toronto Tidbits: Bill Maher.

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    Blogging Toronto: Slumdog Millionaire & JCVD. Not Quite a Double Bill, But Close.

    Blogging Toronto: Slumdog Millionaire & JCVD. Not Quite a Double Bill, But Close.

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    Toronto Tidbits: JCVD.

    Toronto Tidbits: JCVD.

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    Toronto Tidbits: It Might Get Loud.

    Toronto Tidbits: It Might Get Loud.

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    Northern Exposure

    Northern Exposure

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    TORONTO '08 CRITICS NOTEBOOK | Intimate Moments with Denis, Kore-eda and Kim; and Linklater Channels

    Not only can few Toronto attendees pronounce the name of this year's opening night film "Passchendaele," a Canadian WWI epic, but few among us have actually seen it. So much for a rousing start. Rather than major big-budget works (although the Coen brothers' "Burn After Reading," by most accounts, i...

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