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    CANNES '99 REVIEW: Greenaway's "8 1/2 Women" Explores Male Sexual Fantasy

    CANNES '99 REVIEW: The New David Lynch -- Sentimental, Sweet, Gentle, and Touching

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    CANNES '99: Mom's The Word, As Cannes Films Highlight Motherhood; Fest Wraps

    CANNES '99: Mom's The Word, As Cannes Films Highlight Motherhood; Fest Wraps

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    CANNES '99 REVIEW: The New David Lynch -- Sentimental, Sweet, Gentle, and Touching

    CANNES '99 REVIEW: The New David Lynch -- Sentimental, Sweet, Gentle, and Touching

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    CANNES '99 DIARY: Day 6 -- An Award!

    CANNES '99 DIARY: Day 6 -- An Award!

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    CANNES '99: "Dogma" Has Its Day: Kevin Smith and Harvey Weinstein on the Film and Controversy

    CANNES '99: "Dogma" Has Its Day: Kevin Smith and Harvey Weinstein on the Film and Controversy

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    CANNES 2000: Dancer in the Dark Takes Two Top Prizes in Cannes

    CANNES 2000: Dancer in the Dark Takes Two Top Prizes in Cannes

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    CANNES '99 REVIEW: Kitano's "Kikujiro" is a Whimsical About-Face

    CANNES '99 REVIEW: Jarmusch's Accessible and Funny "Ghost Dog"

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    "Paramount Commits to "Suicides," Pic Kills At Cannes; Distribs Circle Smith's "Dogma"

    "Paramount Commits to "Suicides," Pic Kills At Cannes; Distribs Circle Smith's "Dogma"

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    CANNES '99 DIARY: Day 5 -- A Bit More Reasonable

    CANNES '99 DIARY: Day 5 -- A Bit More Reasonable

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    CANNES '99 REVIEW: Jarmusch's Accessible and Funny "Ghost Dog"

    CANNES '99 REVIEW: Jarmusch's Accessible and Funny "Ghost Dog"

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