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    Walter Salles' "The Motorcycle Diaries"; On the Road, Without Much Substance

    Walter Salles' "The Motorcycle Diaries"; On the Road, Without Much Substance

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    Wong Kar-wai Dominates Uneven "Eros"

    Wong Kar-wai Dominates Uneven "Eros"

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    Beyond the Biopic, Bill Condon Tackles "Kinsey"

    Beyond the Biopic, Bill Condon Tackles "Kinsey"

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    In "Palindromes," Middle-class Jersey Life Again in Solondz' Sights

    In "Palindromes," Middle-class Jersey Life Again in Solondz' Sights

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    With "Sideways," Payne and Taylor Top "Election" and "About Schmidt"

    With "Sideways," Payne and Taylor Top "Election" and "About Schmidt"

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    Radford's "Merchant," Not the Best Bard But Worth Celebrating

    Radford's "Merchant," Not the Best Bard But Worth Celebrating

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    Production Report: "All God's Children", "Independence", "Little Fugitive", "Oyster Farmer", "White

    Production Report: "All God's Children", "Independence", "Little Fugitive", "Oyster Farmer", "White Paddy: A Love Story"

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    ON DVD: Peter Sollett's "Raising Victor Vargas"; A Tender First Feature That Is Perfect On Its Own T

    ON DVD: Peter Sollett's "Raising Victor Vargas"; A Tender First Feature That Is Perfect On Its Own Terms

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    The Impressionistic, Fantastical Cinematic Self-Portrait, Tedesci's "Camel"

    The Impressionistic, Fantastical Cinematic Self-Portrait, Tedesci's "Camel"

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    The Blurry Line Between Art and Genre Films: "Hero" and "Nicotina"

    The Blurry Line Between Art and Genre Films: "Hero" and "Nicotina"

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