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    The Blurry Line Between Art and Genre Films: "Hero" and "Nicotina"

    The Blurry Line Between Art and Genre Films: "Hero" and "Nicotina"

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    D-word.com Weighs in on the Political Documentary

    D-word.com Weighs in on the Political Documentary

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    When Thai Movies Trickle Abroad; From Pop-Action to Poetic Animal Love

    When Thai Movies Trickle Abroad; From Pop-Action to Poetic Animal Love

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    Winterbottom's Imaginative Look Ahead, "Code 46"

    Winterbottom's Imaginative Look Ahead, "Code 46"

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    BERLIN REVIEW: Patrice Leconte's "Intimate Strangers," A Powerful, Emotional Journey Through the "Wr

    BERLIN REVIEW: Patrice Leconte's "Intimate Strangers," A Powerful, Emotional Journey Through the "Wrong" Door

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    "Donnie Darko: The Director's Cut": The Strange Afterlife of an Indie Cult Film

    "Donnie Darko: The Director's Cut": The Strange Afterlife of an Indie Cult Film

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    Takeshi Kitano's "Zatoichi," An Irreverent Take on the Blind Swordsman

    Takeshi Kitano's "Zatoichi," An Irreverent Take on the Blind Swordsman

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    Hot On The Trail: "Last Man Standing" Leads Campaign Doc Wave

    Hot On The Trail: "Last Man Standing" Leads Campaign Doc Wave

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    Greenwald Targets FOX News with New Doc, Highlights Bias at Top U.S. Cable News Outlet

    Greenwald Targets FOX News with New Doc, Highlights Bias at Top U.S. Cable News Outlet

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    A Farewell, with Facile Analysis; Denys Arcand's "The Barbarian Invasions"

    A Farewell, with Facile Analysis; Denys Arcand's "The Barbarian Invasions"

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