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    REVIEW: The Postmodern Melodrama of Almodovar's "Talk to Her"

    REVIEW: The Postmodern Melodrama of Almodovar's "Talk to Her"

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    REVIEW: Egoyan's Cool Intellectualism Takes on Genocide

    REVIEW: Egoyan's Cool Intellectualism Takes on Genocide

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    REVIEW: Unlikely Homegrown Korean Hit Reaches U.S. Shores; Lee Jung-Hyang's "The Way Home"

    REVIEW: Unlikely Homegrown Korean Hit Reaches U.S. Shores; Lee Jung-Hyang's "The Way Home"

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    REVIEW: An Audacious Throwback; Todd Haynes' Triumphant "Far From Heaven"

    REVIEW: An Audacious Throwback; Todd Haynes' Triumphant "Far From Heaven"

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    REVIEW: Working Class Heroes; Mike Leigh Returns to Contemporary Misery With "All or Nothing"

    REVIEW: Working Class Heroes; Mike Leigh Returns to Contemporary Misery With "All or Nothing"

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    NYFF 2002 REVIEW: Tests of Faith, or Lack Thereof; Bellocchio's "My Mother's Smile"

    NYFF 2002 REVIEW: Tests of Faith, or Lack Thereof; Bellocchio's "My Mother's Smile"

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    REVIEW: Done in By Detail; Tavernier's Sprawling "Laissez-Passer"

    REVIEW: Done in By Detail; Tavernier's Sprawling "Laissez-Passer"

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    NYFF 2002 REVIEW: Sex, Narcissism, and Violence; "Auto Focus" Plays To Schrader's Strengths

    NYFF 2002 REVIEW: Sex, Narcissism, and Violence; "Auto Focus" Plays To Schrader's Strengths

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    NYFF 2002 REVIEW: Sophisticated Storytelling in a Modest Town; Dardenne Brothers Return with "The So

    NYFF 2002 REVIEW: Sophisticated Storytelling in a Modest Town; Dardenne Brothers Return with "The Son"by David Sterritt and Mikita Brottman/indieWIRE

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    REVIEW: Bold, Impassioned, and Vivid, Zhang Yang's "Quitting"

    REVIEW: Bold, Impassioned, and Vivid, Zhang Yang's "Quitting"

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