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    Berlin Review: Anton Corbijn's 'Life' is a Bland James Dean Biopic Starring Dane DeHaan and Robert Pattinson

    With "Life," Anton Corbijn attempts to bring James Dean to the screen, but with mixed results.

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    Exclusive Cahiers du Cinema Reviews in English: Jacques Rozier's Special Touch

    Critic and historian Joël Magny investigates the unique appeal of Rozier's "Du côté d'Orouët," screening this week in New York.

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    Berlin Review: Patricio Guzmán's 'The Pearl Button' is a Brilliant Form of Documentary Art

    The director's follow-up to "Nostalgia For the Light" is another major cinematic accomplishment.

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    Berlin Review: Terrence Malick's 'Knight of Cups' Pushes the Director's Style to Its Limits

    Christian Bale stars as a frustrated actor in Malick's latest gorgeous and meandering vision.

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    Berlin Review: Bill Condon and Ian McKellen Offer a Fresh Twist on Sherlock With 'Mr. Holmes'

    The actor and director's first team-up since "Gods and Monsters" presents a unique take on the literary hero.

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    Berlin Review: Why 'Queen of the Desert,' Starring Nicole Kidman, is Werner Herzog's Worst Movie in Years

    The legendary filmmaker's first movie in competition at the Berlin International Film Festival in decades is a catastrophe. What gives?

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    Berlin Review: Charlotte Rampling is Stunning in Andrew Haigh's Powerful '45 Years'

    The "Weekend" director and "Looking" creator offers another deeply involving chamber piece.

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    Berlin Review: Jafar Panahi's 'Taxi' is a Unique Cinematic Masterpiece

    The Iranian filmmaker's third feature produced while technically living under a filmmaking ban provides an original take on the role of video in modern society.

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