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Gaul-based helmer Tony Gatlif pays earnest but problematic homage to the Outrage/Occupy movement with "Indignados."
Takeshi Kitano doesn't try to do much new, but the results are so visually stunning, why quibble?
Japanese helmer Takeshi Kitano ("Zatoichi") has finally unveiled details of his latest gangster pic -- his first in nine years.
The arrest of Roman Polanski has spiraled into an international incident.
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