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  1. Cut: Venice Film Review

    9:50 am 9/2/2011

    Veteran Iranian director Amir Naderi’s violent homage to Japanese cinema opens the Venice Film Festival’s edgy Orizzonti sidebar.Read more

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  2. Venice Film Festival Day 3: Viggo Mortensen Plays Freud; Kate Winslet Honored

    9:28 am 9/2/2011

    Mortensen, who plays Sigmund Freud in David Cronenberg's drama, calls for the release of private letters between Freud and Carl Jung. Winslet appears in three films at the fest.Read more

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  3. A Dangerous Method: Venice Film Review

    1:40 am 9/2/2011

    David Cronenberg's film explores Sigmund Freud and Carl Jung's falling-out over a beautiful, sexually hysterical patient.Read more

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  4. Roman Polanski's 'Carnage': What the Critics Say

    2:52 pm 9/1/2011

    The film made its world premiere at the Venice Film Festival on Sept. 1 and will hit U.S. theaters on Dec. 16.Read more

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  5. Venice Film Festival Day 2: Roman Polanski and Madonna's Films Screen

    12:41 pm 9/1/2011

    Polanski's "Carnage" received a warm reception, while Madonna was bombarded by reporters at the presentation for "W.E."Read more

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  6. Vivan las Antipodas!: Venice Film Review

    11:42 am 9/1/2011

    Director Victor Kossakovsky takes a look at eight locations on Earth that sit opposite each other.Read more

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  7. All Our Desires (Toutes nos envies): Venice Film Review

    11:27 am 9/1/2011

    French writer-director Philippe Lioret teams up with Vincent Lindon and Marie Gillain for a tale about a judge who helps an impoverished friend take on the French banking system.Read more

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  8. Madonna Rushed by Reporters at Venice Film Festival

    9:52 am 9/1/2011

    The singer-turned-director was the center of attention at the packed press conference for her film "W.E." Read more

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  9. W.E.: Venice Film Review

    8:50 am 9/1/2011

    The Weinstein Co. returns to Britain's 1930s royal melodrama, hoping lightning strikes as it did with their Oscar-winning "King's Speech."Read more

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  10. Carnage: Venice Film Review

    8:44 am 9/1/2011

    Starring Jodie Foster, Kate Winslet, John C. Reilly and Christoph Waltz as couples pitted against each other, the Competition entry fully delivers the laughs and savagery of the stage piece, writes Todd McCarthy. Read more

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