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    REVIEW: The African King; "Adanggamman's" Slave Tale Sets Sights on African Complicity

    REVIEW: The African King; "Adanggamman's" Slave Tale Sets Sights on African Complicity

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    REVIEW: Faster Pussycat Kill Kill! French Shocker "Baise-moi" Plays in the States

    REVIEW: Faster Pussycat Kill Kill! French Shocker "Baise-moi" Plays in the States

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    REVIEW: Along Came the French; Imitative Thrills Flow in "Crimson Rivers"

    REVIEW: Along Came the French; Imitative Thrills Flow in "Crimson Rivers"

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    REVIEW: Genre-Bending "Sexy Beast," Smug, with Strong Perfs

    REVIEW: Genre-Bending "Sexy Beast," Smug, with Strong Perfs

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    REVIEW: "Felix": The Incredibly True "Adventures" of Two Boys in Love

    REVIEW: "Felix": The Incredibly True "Adventures" of Two Boys in Love

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    REVIEW: Loach's "Bread and Roses"

    REVIEW: Loach's "Bread and Roses"

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    REVIEW: Surviving Victory; "Divided We Fall" Tells Truer Story of WWII

    REVIEW: Surviving Victory; "Divided We Fall" Tells Truer Story of WWII

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    REVIEW: "Hedwig" Inches Ahead in Screen Adaptation

    REVIEW: "Hedwig" Inches Ahead in Screen Adaptation

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    REVIEW: On "The Road Home," Zhang Yimou Returns to Form

    REVIEW: On "The Road Home," Zhang Yimou Returns to Formby G. Allen Johnson[EDITOR'S NOTE: G. Allen Johnson reviewed "The Road Home" at its Berlin debut for indieWIRE. The film will open this weekend in New York and Los Angeles.]Like a collapsed star that goes supernova, "The Road Home" compressesdirector Zhang Yimou's deepest thoughts -- concerning his own midlifeand mid-career crises, and worries about the moral direction of China --and allows them to burst forth in an explosion of colorful, honestemotion. Made back-to-back with "Not One Less," which co-won the topprize at Venice, "The Road Home" may well have completed one of thegreatest ...

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    CANNES 2001 Review: "Who Knows?" Rivette Does; Elder New Waver Turns in Masterpiece

    CANNES 2001 Review: "Who Knows?" Rivette Does; Elder New Waver Turns in Masterpiece

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