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TIFF 2010: Schnabel tweaks ‘Miral’

Tifflogo “Miral” director Julian Schnabel stopped by the Variety Lounge today for a video interview (will be posted tomorrow).

After our chat, the “Diving Bell and the Butterfly” helmer admitted that the film had been edited “much differently” since debuting in Venice. 

The Weinstein Company pic, which stars Freida Pinto and three other women under Israeli occupation, premieres tonight in Toronto.

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