Tribeca Film Festival

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Review: 'Two in One'

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Legendary Russian director Kira Muratova's latest opus, "Two in One," is actually a two-part meditation on theater displaying the femme helmer's signature blend of exquisite imagery and gratuitous…

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Review: 'Vivere'

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German helmer Angelina Maccarone's latest film, "Vivere," piles heavy emotional baggage on a slender story frame. Pic looks ravishing, featuring a nocturnal road trip through a cool kaleidoscopic…

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Review: 'We Are Together'

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As AIDS continues to rip through its population, South Africa has become a country of orphans. At the small Agape orphanage, founded by "Grandma" Zodwa Mqadi, are several members of the Moya family…

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Review: 'Suburban Girl'

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Despite a faultlessly urbane turn by Alec Baldwin as the lecherous December to Sarah Michelle Gellar's blushing May, "Suburban Girl," a pseudo-sophisticated romantic comedy about the publishing biz…

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Review: 'A Slim Peace'

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Novice helmer Yael Luttwak uses the universal desire for weight-loss as the perfect excuse to bring Arab and Israeli women together in "A Slim Peace." Clever premise flies, thanks to strong…

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Review: 'Fiestapatria'

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Cramming all Chile's political woes into one family get-together isn't the subtlest way to tackle the country's still festering wounds, but that's precisely the path Luis R. Vera takes in the…

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Review: 'Chavez'

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Hot thesp Diego Luna flexes his helming skills in "Chavez," an affectionate portrait of Mexico's most famous boxer and favored export, Julio Cesar Chavez. Both a traditional take on the old…

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