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    Expiration Date: Joel Hopkins's "Last Chance Harvey"

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    Unforgettable: Ari Folman's "Waltz with Bashir"

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    A Corner in Couscous: Abdellatif Kechiche's "The Secret of the Grain"

    There's no "secret" -- of cooking, of love, of financial success -- in Abdellatif Kechiche's "The Secret of the Grain," though there is indeed plenty of grain. Though it's also played under the simpler name of "Couscous," the film is actually called "The Grain and the Mullet" in French -- the latter...

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    Leap of Faith: Darren Aronofsky's "The Wrestler"

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    So Help Me God: Rod Lurie's "Nothing But the Truth"

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    Lady and Ghent: Christophe Van Rompaey's "Moscow, Belgium"

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    Someone to Watch Over Me: Jose Luis Guerin's "In the City of Sylvia"

    "In the City of Sylvia," Jose Luis Guerin's odyssey of perception, is so dedicated to getting inside the act of cosmopolitan female-watching, it might as well be called "City of Women." Alert, feline-eyed Xavier Lafitte is a quiet young flaneur and diarist, an enigmatic figure introduced at loose en...

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    Travel Plans: Nacho Vigalondo's "Timecrimes"

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    Blues Clueless: Rachel Samuels's "Dark Streets"

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    The Play's the Thing: John Patrick Shanley's "Doubt"

    On paper, John Patrick Shanley did everything right in bringing his Pulitzer Prize-winning play "Doubt" to film. He adapted the screenplay and directed himself, assembled a cast with 17 Oscar nominations to their collective credit, and brought in the extraordinary cinematographer Roger Deakins. Give...

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