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    'Before Midnight' In Berlin: Ethan Hawke, Julie Delpy and Richard Linklater On Their Glorious Third Act

    Ethan Hawke, Julie Delpy and Richard Linklater reunited in Berlin this week for the international premiere of "Before Midnight." The second sequel to "Before Sunrise" (which won the Golden Bear for best director in Berlin 18 years ago -- and the festival is the only one where all three films screene...

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    Watch: Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Tony Danza Discuss 'Don Jon's Addiction' With Indiewire

    Joseph Gordon-Levitt has been at the center of a lot of sex talk recently after premiering his directorial debut "Don Jon's Addiction" at both the Sundance and Berlin film festivals. The racy romantic comedy centers on a womanizing porn addict (Gordon-Levitt) who takes a turn for the better after be...

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    Berlin Review: Juliette Binoche Delivers Commanding Performance In Bruno Dumont's Powerful Crisis of Faith Drama 'Camille Claudel 1915'

    Berlin Review: Juliette Binoche Delivers Commanding Performance In Bruno Dumont's Powerful Crisis of Faith Drama 'Camille Claudel 1915'

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    Berlin Review: Haunted By His Characters, Jafar Panahi Defies Iranian Government Again With Cryptically Self-Referential 'Closed Curtain'

    In 2011, shortly after he was banned by the Iranian government from making movies for 20 years, Jafar Panahi pulled off the impossible with "This Is Not a Film," a bold, diary-like production shot in the confines of his apartment. Given the circumstances, "This Is Not a Film" looked like the only le...

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    Berlinale 2013: Isabelle Huppert On Playing a Horny Lesbian Nun

    Legendary French actress Isabelle Huppert has an extraordinarily lengthy filmography, with over 100 credits to her name. But she's come to the 2013 Berlin International Film Festival with a wholly new role: Supérieure Saint Eutrope, the super horny lesbian nun in Guillaume Nicloux’s...

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    Berlin: Ulrich Seidl, Social Activist? The Austrian Director Discusses the Wake-Up Call In His 'Paradise: Hope' and Concluding a Distinctive Trilogy

    The best movie trilogy to encapsulate epic struggles against evil impulses spanning generations isn't "Star Wars." Austrian director Ulrich Seidl, a divisive auteur on the world stage widely considered to produce sadomasochistic provocations, has delivered a grander three-part statement on the human...

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    Berlin Review: Denis Côté's 'Vic and Flo Saw a Bear' Is Another Tantalizing Enigma From the Canadian Filmmaker

    Montreal-based filmmaker Denis Côté's work is always both cryptic and heavy with meaning, but his latest narrative feature "Vic and Flo Saw a Bear" stands out because at first it seems deceptively simple. From the purely avant garde "Bestiare" to the restrained father-and-daughter portrait "Curling,...

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    Berlin Review: Haunting Backwoods Noir 'A Single Shot' Returns Sam Rockwell To His Darker Side

    Even before John Moon, the lonely woodsman played by Sam Rockwell at the center of David M. Rosenthal's "A Single Shot," accidentally shoots a young woman while hunting the desolate area near his trailer, his world has fallen apart. Rosenthal's adaptation of Matthew F. Jones' 1996 novel features a f...

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    Berlin Review: German Klondike Western 'Gold' Is 'Meek's Cutoff' For Dummies

    A universe away from the German bounty hunter roaming the Old West in "Django Unchained," the European adventurers in "Gold" hail from a more traditional playbook. Director Thomas Arsland's watchable oater only maintains a uniqueness for the sheer presence of German characters involved in a plight m...

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    Damonisms at the Berlinale: Matt on Ben, the Reception of 'Promised Land' and the Long-Delayed New Berlin Airport

    While Gus Van Sant's "Promised Land" -- starring and written by Matt Damon and John Krasinski -- has already come and gone from US theaters, it made its international debut in official competition at the Berlin International Film Festival. With that came an extremely entertaining press...

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