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  1. Thy Womb (Sinapupunan): Venice Review

    8:27 am 9/6/2012

    Philippines entertainment legend Nora Aunor stars in a drama by award-winning director Brillante Mendoza.Read more

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  2. The Company You Keep: Venice Review

    5:00 am 9/6/2012

    Director Robert Redford leads a heavyweight ensemble that puts him and co-star Shia LaBeouf alongside Julie Christie, Brendan Gleeson, Stanley Tucci, Nick Nolte and Susan Sarandon in this entertaining thriller.Read more

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  3. Venice 2012: Bellocchio's Euthanasia Drama 'Dormant Beauty' in High-Profile Premiere

    1:49 pm 9/5/2012

    Comedy "Spring Breakers" and "Gebo and the Shadow" from 103-year-old Manoel de Oliveira were among Wednesday's other highlights.Read more

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  4. Gebo and the Shadow (Gebo et l'Ombre): Venice Review

    8:13 am 9/5/2012

    French-Portuguese co-production from the world's oldest filmmaker Manoel de Oliviera is adapted from Raul Brandao's 1923 play, "The Hunchback and His Shadow."Read more

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  5. Spring Breakers: Venice Review

    6:26 am 9/5/2012

    James Franco, Selena Gomez, Vanessa Hudgens, Ashley Benson and Rachel Korine hit the beach and the bong in Florida in eternal maverick Harmony Korine's latest.Read more

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  6. Dormant Beauty (Bella Addormentata): Venice Review

    5:10 am 9/5/2012

    Italian master Marco Bellocchio's tale of a modern-day Sleeping Beauty features a top cast top-lining Toni Servillo, Isabelle Huppert, Alba Rohrwacher and Maya Sansa.Read more

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  7. Harry Dean Stanton - Partly Fiction: Venice Review

    3:18 pm 9/4/2012

    The iconic veteran character-actor with a 200-film career is profiled in this Swiss documentary by Sophie Huber, world-premiering at the Lido in the Venice Classics section.Read more

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  8. Venice 2012: Risqué 'Spring Breakers,' Historical 'The Lines of Wellington' Top Tuesday's Highlights

    3:09 pm 9/4/2012

    As Venice enters the home stretch, it often takes a domestic turn as many international industry figures head to Toronto.Read more

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