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Dominic West

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    Review: The Biggest Mystery of 'The Affair' Solved - It Just Keeps Getting Better

    Have you had a chance to discover Showtime's captivating new drama yet? Good. Because it only gets better.

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    'The Affair' Creator Sarah Treem on Constructing the 'Rashomon' of Relationship Dramas

    On the surface, the premise of Showtime's next drama might seem simple: Noah (Dominic West) is married to Helen (Maura Tienery), but then meets Alison (Ruth Wilson), who is married to Cole (Joshua Jackson). But a knotty combination of flashbacks and unreliable points-of-view reveal "The Affair" to b...

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    Watch: The Gays Have Arrived in Exclusive 'Pride' Featurette

    In this exclusive behind-the-scenes featurette, the director and stars of "Pride" explain just how surprised they were to learn the true story behind the film.

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    Watch: Secrets Abound in First Teaser for Showtime's 'The Affair'

    Written by award-winning playwright and screenwriter Sarah Treem, "The Affair" is written from multiple perspectives, generating a cloud of mystery around the lives of its characters.

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    Cannes Review: Matthew Warchus' Moving, Progressive Crowd-Pleaser 'Pride' Starring Bill Nighy, Dominic West & Paddy Considine

    It sometimes feels that the British film industry only makes about three or four different kinds of movies: dreadful gangster films that rarely get a release abroad, gritty social realism pictures, period costume dramas, and semi-quirky comedies with a tearjerking side, exemplified by something like...

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    LFF '11 Review: Rebecca Hall Chiller 'The Awakening' Is Flawed, But Also Kind Of A Blast

    It might seem ingracious to complain, but film festivals can sometimes be something of a slog. For every transcendent piece of cinema, there are two or three well-meaning, firmly mediocre pictures clogged with mental illness, child abuse and miserable sex. Which is exactly why most film festivals mi...

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