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    PARK CITY 2001 REVIEW: Donnie Darko Plays with the Time of Our Lives

    PARK CITY 2001 REVIEW: Donnie Darko Playswith the Time of Our Lives

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    PARK CITY 2001 REVIEW: Don't Forget "Memento," Solid Thriller of Memory Loss

    PARK CITY 2001 REVIEW: Don't Forget"Memento," Solid Thriller of Memory Loss

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    PARK CITY 2001 REVIEW: My First Movie, Lahti's "First Mister" Misfires

    PARK CITY 2001 REVIEW: My First Movie, Lahti's "First Mister" Misfires

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    PARK CITY 2001 REVIEW: Coulda Been a Contender, Minahan's "Series 7"

    PARK CITY 2001 REVIEW: Coulda Been a Contender, Minahan's "Series 7"

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    PARK CITY 2001 REVIEW: My Bloody Valentine, Curtain Raiser Caveman Stinks

    PARK CITY 2001 REVIEW: My Bloody Valentine, Curtain Raiser Caveman Stinks

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

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

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    REVIEW: A Populist "Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon" Dazzles

    REVIEW: A Populist "Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon" Dazzles

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    REVIEW: Queer as... "Boys Life"

    REVIEW: Queer as. . . "Boys Life"

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    REVIEW: Korean "Lies" Makes Sex and S&M Political

    REVIEW: Korean "Lies" Makes Sex and S&M Political

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    REVIEW: "Suzhou River," It's Deja Vu All Over Again

    REVIEW: "Suzhou River," It's Deja Vu All Over Againby Mark Peranson[EDITOR'S NOTE: Mark Peranson reviewed "Suzhou River" for indieWIRE earlier this year. The film opens Wednesday, November 8th at New York's Film Forum.]Named after the murky, polluted river that floats through Shanghai, "Suzhou River" confidently charts how its filth overflows into a noirish gangland story of a kidnapping, a girl, a motorcycle driver, and another pair -- the narrator and his girlfriend, who are their doubles. Heads, tails, and stripes above all other films that competed at this year's International Film festival Rotterdam Rotterdam -- and one of the eventual...

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