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Review: 'The Lost Film'

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Investigating the disappearance of a print of their feature "Around the Pink House," Lebanese filmmakers Joana Hadjithomas and Khalil Joreige open a window on the minimal role movies and photos play…

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Review: 'Us'

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Using tango dancing to show Argentina is a proud and glorious nation despite its current economic woes, "Us" is a pretty thin excuse for a docu. Pic struggles to make the point that the tango was…

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Review: 'People of Earth'

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True believers in UFO sightings and extraterrestrial contact are profiled in Vincent DiPersio's docu featurette "People of Earth." Directorial fillips suggest a somewhat bemused attitude not at all…

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Review: 'Forest Walkers'

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A tale about a pair of "roamers" -- or homeless men -- spanning two generations, "Forest Walkers" offers a dense, often poetic vision of life from unconventional Czech documaker and director Ivan…

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Review: 'Johnny Vang'

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Two men in a small village love the same woman in "Jonny Vang," a mildly amusing effort, billed as a comedy but with a pervading sense of melancholy, from first-time director Jens Lien and first-time…

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Review: 'Distant Lights'

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An elaborate tapestry of tales, some of which criss-cross, during 48 hours around the German-Polish border, "Distant Lights" reps the strongest work to date by director Hans-Christian Schmid. Pic…

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Review: 'It's Not Me'

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A reluctant mafia recruit from Sicily flees to Poland to escape the mob in "It's Not Me," a lame thriller always four or five steps behind the audience. The most curious thing about this very…

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