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    Berlin Review: Charlotte Rampling is Stunning in Andrew Haigh's Powerful '45 Years'

    The "Weekend" director and "Looking" creator offers another deeply involving chamber piece.

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    Berlin: Alex Ross Perry Explains Why He Changed Direction for Haunting 'Queen of Earth'

    The "Listen Up Philip" director's latest Elisabeth Moss vehicle is nothing like his earlier work. There's a reason for that.

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    Breaking Glass Pictures Acquires French Post-War Drama 'To Life' Out of Berlin

    The film tells the story of three women on a summer seaside holiday reconnecting...and overcoming the trauma of the Holocaust.

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    Berlin Review: Jafar Panahi's 'Taxi' is a Unique Cinematic Masterpiece

    The Iranian filmmaker's third feature produced while technically living under a filmmaking ban provides an original take on the role of video in modern society.

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    Watch: Berlinale Comes to Brooklyn in Exclusive 'Bizarre' Trailer and Poster

    Etienne Faure's dark coming-of-age drama will premiere in the Panorama Section at the 2015 Berlin International Film Festival.

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    Watch: Exclusive Clip from 'The Seventh Fire' Examines Native American Gangs

    Terrence Malick presents this evocative non-fiction film about the Native American gang crisis.

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    Watch: Trailer for Berlin Entry 'Beira-Mar' Transports Viewers to a Brazilian Beach

    The Brazilian drama will premiere in the prestigious Forum Section at the Berlin International Film Festival.

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    Watch: Love Goes Up in Flames in Trailer for Berlin Entry 'El Incendio'

    The Argentinian drama will world premiere February 6 in the Panorama Section at the Berlin International Film Festival.

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    Watch: Berlinale-Approved 'Aferim!' Trailer Promises Lots of Rollicking Good Music

    We could all use some more Westerns based in feudal Europe in our lives.

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