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Review: ‘Boutique’


Hamid Nematollah stakes out a new path for Iranian cinema in his debut film, "Boutique," in which the selfless deeds of a men's clothing store clerk result in nothing but trouble. Prestigious prize…

Review: ‘My Fair Lady’


They've bleedin' done it. That sentence would never be condoned by Jonathan Pryce's Henry Higgins, a fierce proponent of the full glories of the English language. But the happy news emanating from…