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Review: 'You And Me'

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Antagonism between a selfish Beijing landlady and a young, headstrong tenant develops into friendship and love in the impressive "You and Me," from Mainland Chinese director Ma Liwen. Fest slots look…

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Review: 'Virgin'

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Indonesian mainstream meller "Virgin" is a try-too-hard taboo-breaker that becomes merely trying. Initial come-on is promising, but the script copes with a lack of momentum by ramping up soap-opera…

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Review: 'Perhaps He Is'

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Old age wreaks punishment on an enduring Japanese marriage in "Perhaps He Is," a slow, at times cloying, but ultimately moving film. Alzheimer-related scenario tugs at the heartstrings -- but does so…

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Review: 'Trespassing'

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Most Americans know where they want nuclear testing and waste to go -- anywhere but their own backyard. What they probably don't know is that it often ends up in allegedly protected tribal…

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Review: 'Ashura'

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A timeless tale gets redone in "Ashura," a Kabuki classic here given sexy, f/x-laden treatment that only outstays its welcome in final reels. Top cast, wildly eclectic soundtrack and intriguing use…

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Review: 'About Her'

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A pretty college student (betrayed by her boyfriend) meets a streetwise tomboy and -- well, not very much, but at least enough smoldering sisterly emotion results to give Indonesian youth pic, "About…

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Review: 'Blossom Again'

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It's been a long time between drinks for Jung Ji-woo, whose impressive first feature, "Happy End," opened Cannes' Critics' Week five years ago. But the wait has been worthwhile for "Blossom Again," a…

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