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    Watch: Full 40-Minute ‘Nymphomaniac’ Press Conference From The Berlin Film Festival

    Yes, Shia LaBeouf stole the show, aping from or homaging a 1995 press conference appearance by maverick footballer Eric Cantona today at the Berlin Film Festival. But aside from that prankster move – some say veering towards Joaquin Phoenix-like performance art – the press conference went off like i...

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    Berlin: What Shia LaBeouf Said Before He Stalked Out of the 'Nymphomaniac' Press Conference (UPDATED)

    During the press conference for “Nymphomaniac Volume 1 (Long Version),” screened at the Berlin Film Festival Sunday, Shia LaBeouf sat silently and oh-so-mysteriously with a cap down over his eyes. When a journalist asked him and Stacy Martin about their sex scenes – how much preparation did they hav...

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    Berlin Review: Lars von Trier's Director's Cut Of 'Nymphomaniac Part 1'

    Lars von Trier is going to Hell. The devil, after all, has all the best tunes, and on the evidence of "Nymphomaniac Part 1," which has its world premiere in its unexpurgated, director-preferred 145-minute version at the Berlin Film Festival, von Trier is a maestro at his zenith, conducting what may ...

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    Berlin: Highlights From The 'Nymphomaniac' Press Conference That Didn't Involve Lars Von Trier or Shia LaBeouf

    Though clearly the two things everybody was talking about regarding the "Nymphomaniac" press conference in Berlin today was Lars Von Trier t-shirt and Shia LaBeouf's abrupt exit. Which, given that Von Trier didn't talk on the panel (keeping with his statement that he's no longer doing press), left ...

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    Berlin Review: 'Yves Saint Laurent' An Inert, Precious Biopic Dressed In Fancy Clothes

    Suffering from the same handsome-but-uninspired treatment that sinks so many Hollywood biopics, the French-language "Yves Saint Laurent" from director Jalil Lespert, which traces the life of the pioneering fashion designer through its most turbulent decades, had its premiere recently at the Berlin F...

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    Reviews of Bong Joon-ho's Uncut 'Snowpiercer' Hail a Masterpiece, Or Part of One

    Bong Joon-ho's embattled English-language debut finally meets the English-speaking press, who find that even its uncut version feels incomplete.

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    Shia LaBeouf Borrows Enigmatic Footballer Quote For 'Nymphomaniac' Press Conference & Then Walks Out

    A strange afternoon in Berlin today. Lars Von Trier’s “Nymphomaniac Part 1” (the long version that hasn’t been seen until now) screened this morning at the Berlin Film Festival, and the press conference that followed had a few head-scratching moments. First off, Lars Von Trier himself showed up wear...

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    'Nymphomaniac' In Berlin: Lars von Trier Shows Up With 'Persona Non Grata' T-Shirt; LaBeouf Abruptly Exits Press Conference

    Lars Von Trier and his extended cut of the first volume of "Nymphomaniac" arrived at the Berlin International Film Festival today, though Lars technically stuck to his pledge to no longer do press.

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    Watch: Lars Von Trier's Cut of 'Nymphomaniac' Comes To Berlin (Live Stream)

    Shia LaBeouf, Uma Thurman and Christian Slater are scheduled to attend the press conference at 8.40 am EST.

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    Berlinale: Take the 'Grand Budapest Hotel' Round-Table Interview Quiz

    I hereby challenge you to take the following quiz on what I learned at Fox Searchlight's "The Grand Budapest Hotel" round-table junket interviews Friday at Berlin’s famous Hotel Adlon opposite the Brandenberg Gate.

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