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    Listen to James Gray Talk Fellini, 'The Immigrant' and His Favorite Movies

    The controversial director speaks candidly on the latest Cinephiliacs podcast.

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    From 'The Immigrant' to 'Two Days, One Night': Oscar Nominee Marion Cotillard's Amazing Year

    Surprise Oscar nominee Marion Cotillard opens up about working with the Dardennes in 'Two Days, One Night,' and what really went wrong with James Gray's 'The Immigrant.'

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    35 Years Of 'Apocalypse Now': Watch Vintage Roger Ebert Review, Making Of Doc, Clips And More

    " 'Perfection' can be its own limitation, and sometimes a 'flaw' may contribute mightily to a work's ultimate power. (A work without flaws is a work without ambition).' The Roman poet Horace often inserted lines in his poetry that stuck out like sore thumbs, forcing the reader to confront the establ...

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    Listen: James Gray Talks To Bret Easton Ellis In 1-Hour Podcast About 'The Immigrant,' Love Of Cinema & More

    It doesn't have explosions or spandex, it isn't based on a best-selling book, nor is it a spin-off, but what we can tell you is that "The Immigrant" is one The Best Films Of 2014 So Far. The slow burn drama about the sourness of the American dream may not be a crowd-pleaser in the traditional sense,...

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    Watch: 20 Minute Marion Cotillard & James Gray Interview On 'Charlie Rose'; Plus New Pics Of ‘Two Days, One Night’

    Something strange happened at the 2014 Cannes Film Festival. Marion Cotillard was hotly tipped to win the Best Actress award for the Dardenne brother’s latest drama “Two Days, One Night.” The buzz was loud after the film screened and she seemed like the frontrunner (read our review from Cannes here)...

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