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    11 Masters Respond to Tragedy with "11" 09' 01"

    11 Masters Respond to Tragedy with "11" 09' 01"

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    The Slightly Less Than Holy Land

    The Slightly Less Than Holy Land

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    The Polish Brothers' "Northfork" Disquieting Meditation on the Vanishing American Frontier

    The Polish Brothers' "Northfork" Disquieting Meditation on the Vanishing American Frontier

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    Seeing the Mother from Hell Through "Lesbian Eyeglasses"; Monica Strambini's "Gasoline"

    Seeing the Mother from Hell Through "Lesbian Eyeglasses"; Monica Strambini's "Gasoline"

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    A Royal Prince Directs A Thai Legend, With Plenty of Elephants

    A Royal Prince Directs A Thai Legend, With Plenty of Elephants

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    Baltasar Kormakur's "The Sea"; An Icelandic Family's Breakdown, Handled With a Velvet Touch

    Baltasar Kormakur's "The Sea"; An Icelandic Family's Breakdown, Handled With a Velvet Touch

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    Unreliable Visions: Danny and Oxide Pang's "The Eye"

    Unreliable Visions: Danny and Oxide Pang's "The Eye"

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    Sam Green and Bill Siegel's "The Weather Underground"; Quiet Storytelling About Radical Subjects

    Sam Green and Bill Siegel's "The Weather Underground"; Quiet Storytelling About Radical Subjects

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    Neil LaBute's "The Shape of Things"; Turning the Mirror on Messy Adult Relationships

    Neil LaBute's "The Shape of Things"; Turning the Mirror on Messy Adult Relationships

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    Adolescence Both Savage and Innocent; Ken Loach's "Sweet Sixteen"

    Adolescence Both Savage and Innocent; Ken Loach's "Sweet Sixteen"

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