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    BERLIN REVIEW: 'Captive,' Brillante Mendoza's Awful Kidnapping Movie, Makes the Case for a Dumber Version of Itself

    Brillante Mendoza's "Captive" is that rare cinematic creature: A movie that might be better if it were dumber.

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    Isabelle Huppert and Brillante Mendoza Talk 'Captive' in Berlin

    "Captive" proved highly divisive, with seemingly just as many praising it for its captivating realism as those writing it off as a tedious and redundant mess.

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    At 2.5 Hours, Does Kevin MacDonald's Doc 'Marley' Add Really Anything New to the Rastafarian's Tale?

    The best sequence in "Marley," Kevin Macdonald's sprawling, two-and-a-half-hour chronicle of Bob Marley's legacy, arrives at the very end. While the credits roll, Macdonald shows Marley fans around the world singing his greatest hits. The diverse cultures and appearances, united by...

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    BERLIN REVIEW: Kirsten Sheridan's 'Dollhouse' a Fun and Messy Improv Delight That Places Young Hooligans In an Unlikely Setting

    "Dollhouse" contains a deceptively simple premise that benefits greatly from its free-form style. Kirsten Sheriden, working on a smaller and more experimental scale than her previous efforts "August Rush" and "Disco Pigs," follows an enthusiastic gang of young hooligans...

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    BERLIN REVIEW: 'Soldier/Citizen' Gets to the Core of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict With Startling Precision

    BERLIN REVIEW: 'Soldier/Citizen' Gets to the Core of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict With Startling Precision

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    The Jury Speaks: Mike Leigh, Jake Gyllenhaal and Charlotte Gainsbourg on the 2012 Berlinale

    "They're a very well-behaved jury, if I may so," Berlinale jury president Mike Leigh said at a press conference yesterday that kicked off the 62nd edition of the film festival. Leigh is presiding over a impressive group of fellow jury members including filmmakers Francois Ozon, An...

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    BERLIN REVIEW: Alain Gomis' 'Today' Profoundly Captures a Dying Man's Final Day, Then Struggles Along With Him

    BERLIN REVIEW: Alain Gomis' 'Today' Profoundly Captures a Dying Man's Final Day, Then Struggles Along With Him

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    Berlin Opener 'Farewell, My Queen' Picked Up by Cohen Media Group

    Cohen Media Group has acquired this year's Berlin Film Festival opener "Farewell, My Queen," for U.S. distribution. The film, directed by Benoit Jacquot ("Tosca"), takes place over the first days of the French Revolution and is told from the perspective of the servants a...

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    BERLIN REVIEW: Opening Night's 'Farewell My Queen' a Smart, Personal Take on the French Revolution from Benoit Jacquot

    BERLIN REVIEW: Opening Night's 'Farewell My Queen' a Smart, Personal Take on the French Revolution from Benoit Jacquot

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    Film Movement Takes Indie Spirit Nominee 'The Dynamiter' from First-Timer Mathew Gordon

    "The Dynamiter," which debuted at Berlin 2011 and recently received Indie Spirit Award nominations (John Cassavettes Award, Best Cinematography), has been acquired by Film Movement for North American distribution.

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