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    NYFF 2001 REVIEW: On the Road Again: David Does The City of Angels in "Mulholland Drive"

    NYFF 2001 REVIEW: On the Road Again: David Does The City of Angels in "Mulholland Drive"

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    NYFF 2001 Review: "The Royal Tenenbaums"; Goodbye Ruby Tuesday

    NYFF 2001 Review: "The Royal Tenenbaums"; Goodbye Ruby Tuesday

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    NYFF 2001 REVIEW: Cantet Takes "Time Out" for a Masterpiece

    NYFF 2001 REVIEW: Cantet Takes "Time Out" for a Masterpiece

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    NYFF 2001 REVIEW: Life is Beautiful -- and Danish; Dogma 5's "Italian for Beginners"

    NYFF 2001 REVIEW: Life is Beautiful -- and Danish; Dogma 5's "Italian for Beginners"

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    NYFF 2001 REVIEW: "Who Knows?" Rivette Does: Elder New Waver Turns in Masterpiece

    NYFF 2001 REVIEW: "Who Knows?" Rivette Does: Elder New Waver Turns in Masterpiece

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    REVIEW: Caught; Tlati Captures Women During "The Season of Men"

    REVIEW: Caught; Tlati Captures Women During "The Season of Men"

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    REVIEW: Frear's Great Chronicle For 'Liam'

    REVIEW: Frear's Great Chronicle For 'Liam'

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    TORONTO 2001 REVIEW: For My Family; Mira Nair's "Monsoon Wedding"

    TORONTO 2001 REVIEW: For My Family; Mira Nair's "Monsoon Wedding"

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    TORONTO 2001 REVIEW: "Lantana" Grows Down Under; Superb Cast Cultivates Aussie Thriller

    TORONTO 2001 REVIEW: "Lantana" Grows Down Under; Superb Cast Cultivates Aussie Thriller

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    TORONTO 2001 REVIEW: Three's Company; "Y Tu Mama" has Sex, Style and Politics

    TORONTO 2001 REVIEW: Three's Company; "Y Tu Mama" has Sex, Style and Politics

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