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    'Young & Beautiful' Director François Ozon on Writing for Women and Courting Controversy at Cannes

    The remarkably prolific French filmmaker François Ozon is back in theaters this Friday with the coming-of-age drama "Young & Beautiful" just a mere year after opening his last film, "In the House," theatrically in North America.

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    Tribeca Review: Why 'Glass Chin' Is Better Than Most Low Budget American Indies

    Noah Buschel’s "Glass Chin" one of the strongest films ever to grace the international narrative competition at the Tribeca Film Festival.

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    Tribeca: Rory Culkin on Giving His Everything to 'Gabriel' and Why He Always Views His Own Films

    Ever since memorably appearing as Mel Gibson's son in M. Night Shyamalan's 2002 hit "Signs," Rory Culkin has shied away from big projects, favoring indies with roles he can sink his teeth into. He had a great run as a teen actor, impressing in "Mean Creek," "Down in the Valley" and "Lymelife." Now 2...

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    Tribeca Review: How Italian Box Office Hit 'Human Capital' Addresses the Financial Crisis

    Human Capital" works as an intricately structured soap opera. But it is also a movie that rests entirely on the not-quite-chicken-egg question of economic crisis.

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    Tribeca Review: You've Never Seen a Gang Movie Like the Startlingly Realistic 'Five Star'

    As a sociological experiment, "Five Star" offers plenty of talking points, but its real triumph is a gritty foundation of realism.

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    Tribeca Review: Why the Moody Drama 'Gabriel' Is Rory Culkin's Best Performance

    When we first see Rory Culkin in the opening minutes of "Gabriel," the feature-length debut of Lou Howe, there's an alarming uneasiness to his presence.

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    At 17, Tye Sheridan Has Already Worked With Terrence Malick, Jeff Nichols and David Gordon Green. And He's Just Getting Started.

    Tye Sheridan must be the envy of every teen actor in America. In "Joe," Sheridan takes on his most demanding role to date as an abused teen trying to get by in rural Texas who finds a fierce protector in his new employer, Joe (Nicolas Cage).

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    Review: Why 'Joe' Is a Comeback for Nicolas Cage and David Gordon Green

    "Joe" is the very definition of a return to form.

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    How AMC's 'Turn' Makes the American Revolution Look Like Terrorism

    There’s no truth to the rumor being started right here, right now, that AMC is changing its name to the American Metaphor Channel -- that “Mad Men” is about the death of American innocence, “Breaking Bad” the death of the free market; that the zombies of “The Walking Dead” are meant to parallel the ...

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    Darren Aronofsky Strikes Again: Here Are 5 Ways 'Noah' Is Just Like 'The Fountain'

    Darren Aronofsky's "Noah," which stars Russell Crowe as the titular ark-builder, is nothing if not ambitious. It's a film whose scope is matched by its fidgety experimentalism. It's a movie that pretends to be a biblical epic in the style of something like "The Ten Commandments," but features a sequ...

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