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    CANNES REVIEW: Dancer in the Dark: Music is the Doctor

    CANNES REVIEW: Dancer in the Dark: Music is the Doctor

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    CANNES REVIEW: Ullman's "Faithless," It's Bergman

    CANNES REVIEW: Ullman's "Faithless," It's Bergman

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    REVIEW: Surveying African Cinema at the Walter Reade

    REVIEW: Surveying African Cinema at the Walter Reade

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    CANNES REVIEW: Assayas 'Destinees' Beyond Cult Superstar

    CANNES REVIEW: Assayas 'Destinees' Beyond Cult Superstar

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    CANNES REVIEW: A One and a Two: Edward Yang's The Meaning of Life

    CANNES REVIEW: A One and a Two: Edward Yang's The Meaning of Life

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    CANNES REVIEW: Coen Brothers' "O Brother, Where Art Thou?" a Mixed Blessing

    CANNES REVIEW: Coen Brothers' "O Brother, Where Art Thou?" a Mixed Blessing

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    CANNES 2000 REVIEW: "Blackboards": Chalk Dust Torture

    CANNES 2000 REVIEW: "Blackboards": Chalk Dust Torture

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    CANNES REVIEW: Loach's "Bread and Roses"

    CANNES REVIEW: Loach's "Bread and Roses"

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    REVIEW: Are You in On the Joke? "Idiots" Comes to America

    REVIEW: Are You in On the Joke? "Idiots" Comes to Americaby G. Allen Johnson(indieWIRE/4.27.2000) -- Even before all this Dogma 95 nonsense, a Lars von Trier film seemed like an elaborate practical joke. Was he duping us or enlightening us? Oh, well, as long as we were entertained.

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    ROTTERDAM 2000 REVIEW: Virgin No More, Sofia Coppola Kills in Holland

    ROTTERDAM 2000 REVIEW: Virgin No More, Sofia Coppola Kills in Hollandby Mark Peranson(indieWIRE/2.4.2000) -- American Zoetrope presents a Francis Ford Coppola production of a filmwritten and directed by Sofia Coppola, with assistance from RomanCoppola, a role for Robert Schwartzman, and a big thank you to someonecredited as "Spike." This is part of the brain trust behind "The VirginSuicides," a nuanced and ultimately too sober 70's period piecescreening in Rotterdam as part of the "Bad Teenage Taste" program(alongside such contemporary classics as ?Kingpin?and "Election"). S. Coppola's credible debut shows that her talent liesbehind the camer...

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