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    REVIEW: Three's Company; "Y Tu Mama Tambien" has Sex, Style and Politics

    REVIEW: Three's Company; "Y Tu Mama Tambien" has Sex, Style and Politics

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    REVIEW: Kisses and High-Fives; "Kissing Jessica Stein" Shines New Light on a Familiar Genre

    REVIEW: Kisses and High-Fives; "Kissing Jessica Stein" Shines New Light on a Familiar Genre

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    REVIEW: Hopelessly Romantic; Jaglom Takes on that "Festival in Cannes"

    REVIEW: Hopelessly Romantic; Jaglom Takes on that "Festival in Cannes"

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    REVIEW: Love, Sex, and Cannibalism; Claire Denis' Extreme "Trouble Every Day"

    REVIEW: Love, Sex, and Cannibalism; Claire Denis' Extreme "Trouble Every Day"

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    REVIEW: A Rare Beast, Kalesniko's "How To Kill Your Neighbor's Dog"

    REVIEW: A Rare Beast, Kalesniko's "How To Kill Your Neighbor's Dog"

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    BERLIN 2002: Everything But the Kitchen Sink; Yukisada's Ambitious "Go"

    BERLIN 2002: Everything But the Kitchen Sink; Yukisada's Ambitious "Go"

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    BERLIN 2002: Last Rites, "Last Orders"; Schepisi's Quiet Triumph

    BERLIN 2002: Last Rites, "Last Orders"; Schepisi's Quiet Triumph

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    BERLIN 2002: "Minor Mishaps" Major Player (Små Ulykker); Olesen Makes an Ambitious Debut

    BERLIN 2002: "Minor Mishaps" Major Player (Små Ulykker); Olesen Makes an Ambitious Debut

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    Berlin 2002 REVIEW: Celebrating the Artificial; Ozon Fills the Screen with "8 Femmes"

    Berlin 2002 REVIEW: Celebrating the Artificial; Ozon Fills the Screen with "8 Femmes"

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    REVIEW: The Bard Goes Suburbia; Morrissette Debuts with "Scotland, PA"

    REVIEW: The Bard Goes Suburbia; Morrissette Debuts with "Scotland, PA"

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