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  1. Venice Film Festival Day 6: 'Tinker, Tailor' Bows, Al Pacino Honored

    12:28 pm 9/5/2011

    A new week of fest activities kick off following weekend screenings of "Wilde Salome" and "Contagion," and Patti Smith's vow to dedicate her next album to Amy Winehouse.Read more

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  2. A Simple Life (Tao Jie): Venice Film Review

    9:31 am 9/5/2011

    Hong Kong veteran director Ann Hui brings together two of its major stars, Deanie Ip and Andy Lau, for a crowd-pleasing drama.Read more

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  3. Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy: Venice Film Review

    8:01 am 9/5/2011

    Gary Oldman, Colin Firth and John Hurt play spy games in "Let the Right One In" director Tomas Alfredson's Cold War drama.Read more

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  4. Steven Soderbergh Now Denying Retirement From Filmmaking

    8:41 pm 9/4/2011

    It's just a sabbatical," the "Contagion" director insists, a few days after saying he was leaving Hollywood to become a painter.Read more

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  5. Whores' Glory: Venice Film Review

    6:08 pm 9/4/2011

    A documentary from Austrian director Michael Glawogger on three brothels around the world is a non-exploitative eye-opener.Read more

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  6. Terraferma: Venice Film Review

    4:22 pm 9/4/2011

    Writer-director Emanuele Crialese's Italian immigrant drama is morally passionate but features overly familiar storytelling and unsurprising characters.Read more

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  7. I’m Carolyn Parker: Venice Film Review

    12:55 pm 9/4/2011

    The aftermath of Hurricane Katrina turns into the portrait of an extraordinary woman in Jonathan Demme’s engaging made-for-TV documentary.Read more

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  8. Shame: Film Review

    10:30 am 9/4/2011

    Director Steve McQueen's second feature film will stir audiences and critics with Michael Fassbender's scorching portrayal of a sex addict.Read more

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  9. Summer Games: Venice Film Review

    9:28 am 9/4/2011

    Swiss-Italian filmmaker Rolando Colla fashions a coming-of-age tale that features a promising teen newcomer, Armando Condolucci.Read more

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  10. Stories That Only Exist When Remembered: Venice Film Review

    9:10 am 9/4/2011

    Co-produced with Argentina and France, Julia Murat’s first feature is a rural Brazilian fable starring veteran Sônia Guedes.Read more

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