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  1. 'The Obscene Life' ('La Vita Oscena'): Venice Review

    9:48 am 8/28/2014

    French actor Clement Metayer stands in for Italian writer Aldo Nove in this screen treatment of a teen poet's out-of-control journey of griefRead more

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  2. 'Melbourne': Venice Review

    8:41 am 8/28/2014

    Pretending there’s no dead baby in the next room can be nerve-rackingRead more

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  3. 'Reality' ('Realite'): Venice Review

    8:10 am 8/28/2014

    Filmmaker Quentin Dupieux's latest stars "Napoleon Dynamite"'s Jon Heder as an itchy TV host alongside comic Alain Chabat and actress Elodie Bouchez as a French expat couple in CaliforniaRead more

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  4. 'The Farewell Party' ('Mita Tova'): Venice Review

    4:05 am 8/28/2014

    Israeli oldsters rewrite the rules on assisted suicide in this beautifully acted film by Tal Granit and Sharon MaymonRead more

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  5. 'The Price of Fame' ('La Rancon de la gloire'): Venice Review

    2:55 am 8/28/2014

    French actor-director Xavier Beauvois ('Of Gods and Men') casts Benoit Poelvoorde and Roschdy Zem as two bumbling crooks who dig up Charlie Chaplin's corpse for ransom moneyRead more

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  6. 'The Coffin in the Mountain' ('Binguan'): Venice Review

    2:14 am 8/28/2014

    First-time Chinese helmer Xin Yukun weaves a web linking lives in a small village over some mistakenly identified human remainsRead more

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  7. 'The Look of Silence': Venice Review

    3:32 pm 8/27/2014

    Joshua Oppenheimer’s companion piece to 'The Act of Killing' revisits Indonesia’s mass murders of the 1960s and the outer reaches of human evilRead more

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  8. 'Birdman' Opens 71st Venice Film Festival in Splendor

    2:49 pm 8/27/2014

    Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu's new film is already primed as an Oscar contender Read more

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  9. 'Before I Disappear': Venice Review

    11:27 am 8/27/2014

    Writer-director Shawn Christensen stars with Emmy Rossum and young newcomer Fatima Ptacek in this long night’s journey toward hopeRead more

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