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    Keith Gordon's "The Singing Detective"; Haunting and Brilliant Bursts of Imagination

    Keith Gordon's "The Singing Detective"; Haunting and Brilliant Bursts of Imagination

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    Studying a New Genre: The High School Massacre Film

    Studying a New Genre: The High School Massacre Film

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    Gus Van Sant's "Elephant" Examines the Tiny, or Tragic, Terrors Of High School

    Gus Van Sant's "Elephant" Examines the Tiny, or Tragic, Terrors Of High School

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    Putting Heart into Poetry and Turkey; Christine Jeffs' "Sylvia" and Peter Hedges' "Pieces of April"

    Putting Heart into Poetry and Turkey; Christine Jeffs' "Sylvia" and Peter Hedges' "Pieces of April"

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    Blame It On Rio: Jose Padilha's "Bus 174"

    Blame It On Rio: Jose Padilha's "Bus 174"

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    Family Portrait with Perverse Humor; Claude Chabrol's "The Flower of Evil"

    Family Portrait with Perverse Humor; Claude Chabrol's "The Flower of Evil"

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    Thom Fitzgerald's "The Event"; A Gallows Humor AIDS Drama With Some Tender Moments

    Thom Fitzgerald's "The Event"; A Gallows Humor AIDS Drama With Some Tender Moments

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    Train Plotting: Cast and Script Shine in Tom McCarthy's "The Station Agent"

    Train Plotting: Cast and Script Shine in Tom McCarthy's "The Station Agent"

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    Slick Surfaces And Much Confusion; Assayas' Ambitious "demonlover"

    Slick Surfaces And Much Confusion; Assayas' Ambitious "demonlover"

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    Sofia Coppola's Overly Subtle "Lost in Translation"

    Sofia Coppola's Overly Subtle "Lost in Translation"

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