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    What We Learned About Paul Thomas Anderson's 'Inherent Vice' at the New York Film Festival

    Paul Thomas Anderson and his "Inherent Vice" cast address the press at the New York Film Festival.

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    TOH!'s Top 20 Stories of the Week

    From Netflix news and 'Gone Girl' worries to an Oscar secret weapon and video interviews with David Lynch and Trent Reznor, here are our top 20 stories of the week.

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    Screen Talk: Debating 'Gone Girl,' Foreign & Doc Oscar Contenders, Netflix Movie Moves

    Indiewire critic Eric Kohn and I debate the merits of several New York Film Festival films, from David Fincher's "Gone Girl" to foreign Oscar entries "Saint Laurent" and "Timbuktu."

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    Watch: Alfred Hitchcock Gets High-Res in 'Jamaica Inn' Restoration

    Having world-premiered at Cannes's Classics 2014 program, Alfred Hitchcock's last UK film, "Jamaica Inn," is now touring the country after receiving a 4K restoration. Check out the exclusive trailer below.

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    How a Rikers Island Inmate Became a Star at the New York Film Festival

    The star of an acclaimed new drama is stuck behind bars. But that didn't stop him from giving us a call.

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    Mathieu Amalric On Directing 'The Blue Room': 'I Must Be Afraid of Sexuality'

    The veteran French actor steps behind the camera for an erotic thriller that he says he had to make.

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    RADiUS Believes in NYFF Heroin Romance 'Heaven Knows What'

    RADiUS-TWC acquired the Venice Film Festival drug-taking drama ahead of its Thursday night premiere in New York. Read our review.

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    NYFF: Eugène Green's 'La Sapienza' Sees the Architecture of All Things

    The mute eloquence of architecture is at the heart of “La Sapienza,” which is a French film from a French director – and dramatist, and educator and authority on French baroque theater – but takes place largely in Rome.

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