Cannes Film Festival

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Review: 'Crossing'

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Detente in the Korean peninsula is set back 50 years by "Crossing," a richly lensed but politically black-and-white heart-tugger about refugees from the Nasty North en route to the Sympathetic South.

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Review: 'Home'

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"Home" modestly observes a rural French's family's stubborn bid to stay put as high-speed life -- in the form of a new expressway -- paves the path to eventual displacement.

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Review: 'Astropia'

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When a blonde bimbo whose superficial lifestyle hasn't required much in the way of reflection is forced to take a job at the geek shop "Astropia," a transformation takes place.

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Review: 'Now Showing'

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Eclipsing Steven Soderbergh's "Che" for the dubious distinction of longest movie at the 2008 Cannes Film Festival (and winning by more than 30 minutes), "Now Showing" reps an audacious undertaking by…

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