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    Early Spring: Doris Dorrie's "Cherry Blossoms"

    [An indieWIRE review from Reverse Shot.]

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    Stolen Identity: Ole Bornedal's "Just Another Love Story"

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    Slate's "Movie Club": Schwarzbaum, Catsoulis, Stevens, Winter, Zacharek

    Slate's "Movie Club": Schwarzbaum, Catsoulis, Stevens, Winter, Zacharek

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    Crap Artist: Robert Celestino's "Yonkers Joe"

    From the start, "Yonkers Joe" pitches the spectator directly into a world of tough-talking gamblers and sharks, where the dice are loaded, hands move quickly, and there's always a scam in the offing. This milieu of casinos and parking lots, peopled with hustlers and hookers, is a familiar film setting, but one that's produced remarkably few good films. Though the subject at hand seems ideally suited to cinema, allowing for a closer look at all the sleights and feints of card-sharp's or crap-shooter's trade, films such as "Hard Eight," "Shade," "The Cooler," and this year's "21" all mine similar material with a range of mostly disappointing re...

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    Magic Hour: Carlos Reygadas's "Silent Light"

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    The Bad German: Vicente Amorim's "Good"

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    Reverse Shot's Best of 2008: "Flight of the Red Balloon" and 9 more

    An acclaimed Taiwanese filmmaker working in France; a young Mexican director reimagining a canonical Danish film in an obscure Mennonite community in his home country; a West Coast-based American, enamored of the somber rhythms of the blasted Mississippi delta, miraculously captures them in the kind of American independent film all too rare of late; others from around the globe watching the specificities of home --character, geography, community, and class -- evaporate around them. These were the stories of our cinematic 2008, and we'd be hard-pressed to draw any solid conclusions from them, except that passion for those few terrific films th...

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    Dead Souls: "Alexey Balabanov's 'Cargo 200'"

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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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