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    Looking For the Next Great Mob Drama? It Might Be Italy's 'Gomorrah'

    The Weinstein Company may soon bring this compelling, gritty take on Italian crime, inspired by "The Wire" and "True Detective," to American audiences.

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    Locarno Review: North Korean History Takes on Personal Dimension in 'Songs From the North'

    There have been several movies made about the situation in North Korea, but Soon-mi Yoo's touching film gets intimate with the country's problems.

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    Locarno Review: Sex, Coconuts and Death Distinguish Impressive Debut 'Ventos de Agosto'

    Brazilian documentarian Gabriel Mascaro's first narrative feature is a beautiful meditation on life and death.

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    Locarno Review: Why Lav Diaz's Five-Hour-Plus 'From What Is Before' Justifies Its Length

    The Phillipine director is known for making really long movies. The new one just happens to be a masterpiece.

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    Review: All-Star 'About Alex' Tries Hard to Win You Over, But Ends Up Falling Flat

    "About Alex" is like a camp getaway for adults, but without the fun.

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    Review: Skeptics, Meet Your Savior: Introducing 'Boondocks' Creator's 'Black Jesus'

    "The Boondocks" creator Aaron McGruder employs two unlikely comrades, religion and farce, to challenge the stereotyping of urban African-American life cultivated across the vast majority of film, television, music and fashion projects made over the past thirty years.

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    Review: Steven Soderbergh Brings Style to 'The Knick,' But is the Surgical Drama Dead on the Table?

    Steven Soderbergh provides the sole dose of original flourishes to a frustratingly mediocre medical drama.

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    Contrasting Portraits of Gay Life Distinguish Two New Releases

    In "The Dog" and "Fifi Howls From Happiness," both opening Friday, gay men struggle with their identities in very different societies.

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