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Review: ‘The Cuckoo’

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The premise of the film --a Russian, a Finn and a Lapp who can't understand each other thogether in a tiny backwoods hut -- sounds like the beginning of a good joke, and Alexander Rogozhkin's "The…

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Bronson honored

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With pal Sharon Stone at her side, film industry vet and French native Nadia Bronson was inducted as an officer in the Order of Arts and Letters for the French Ministry of Culture & Communications.

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Review: ‘Insomnia’

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While it may not be as stylistically idiosyncratic as "Memento," "Insomnia" is a gripping, highly dramatic thriller that more than confirms the distinctive talent of young Brit helmer Christopher…

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Review: ‘Our Father’

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Life in a small community in the African nation of Chad is vividly evoked in "Our Father," writer-director Mahamat-Saleh Haroun's follow-up to "Bye Bye Africa," which was a prizewinner at Venice in…

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Review: ‘G’

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Christopher Scott Cherot's "G" is less an adaptation of F. Scott Fitzgerald's "The Great Gatsby" than a reimagining of it. And it's that loosening of the literary bonds that frees it from a text that…

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