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    VENICE 2000 REVIEW: French "Magnolia" Offers Standout Role for Ascaride

    VENICE 2000 REVIEW: French "Magnolia" Offers Standout Role for Ascaride

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    VENICE 2000 REVIEW: Altman 's Cheap Money Shot, "Dr. T & The Women"

    VENICE 2000 REVIEW: Altman 's Cheap Money Shot, "Dr. T & The Women"

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    REVIEW: Diegues' "Orfeu," A Mythic Tale -- Purely and Powerfully Operatic

    REVIEW: Diegues' "Orfeu," A Mythic Tale -- Purely and Powerfully Operatic

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    REVIEW: Famke Janssen does Alvy Singer? Breiman's Tale of "Love and Sex"

    REVIEW: Famke Janssen does Alvy Singer? Breiman's Tale of "Love and Sex"

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    REVIEW: Maysles Classic Altamont Doc "Gimme Shelter" Still the Best

    REVIEW: Maysles Classic Altamont Doc "Gimme Shelter" Still the Best

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    REVIEW: Pornography! Sex! Perversion! Fonteyne's "Affair" of . . . Intimacy

    REVIEW: Pornography! Sex! Perversion! Fonteyne's "Affair" of . . . Intimacyby Stan Schwartz"An Affair of Love" is the English title that has been given to Belgian director Frederic Fonteyne's excellent film, "Une Liaison Pornographique." Whatever you call it, this astutely-observed character study i...

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    REVIEW: "Psycho Beach Party" (Need We Say More?)

    REVIEW: "Psycho Beach Party" (Need We Say More?)

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    REVIEW: All Hail Kiarostami! "The Wind Will Carry Us"

    All Hail Kiarostami! "The Wind Will Carry Us"by Mark Peranson Three mysterious strangers ride into an isolated outpost, their purposes unclear though we presume them to be nefarious two of them are never seen. Their bossy leader proceeds to befriend a small child, ingratiating himself with the community's inhabitants as he takes instructions from another unseen controller and awaits the death of a town elder. What is this, some kind of Western?The only thing in the above, bareboned description to give away that we're in Iran actually, Kurdistan is the presence of the small child, by now as common in Western conceptions of Iranian film as ...

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    REVIEW: With a Dose of Fellini, Leconte's Clever "Girl on the Bridge" Offers Giggles

    REVIEW: With a Dose of Fellini, Leconte's Clever "Girl on the Bridge" Offers Giggles

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    REVIEW: A Quirky, Gentle "New Waterford Girl"

    REVIEW: A Quirky, Gentle "New Waterford Girl"

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