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  1. Tormented (Rabbit Horror 3D): VeniceFilm Review

    4:27 pm 9/10/2011

    Japanese 3-D horror from cult director Takashi Shimizu goes less for terror than disorientation.Read more

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  2. Venice 2011: 'Faust,' Michael Fassbender Win Top Festival Prizes

    12:22 pm 9/10/2011

    “People Mountain People Sea” director Cai Shangjun, “Terraferma” and “A Simple Life” actress Deanie Yip, among other winners.Read more

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  3. Damsels in Distress: Venice Film Review

    7:22 am 9/10/2011

    Indie darling Greta Gerwig and "America's Next Top Model" alum Analeigh Tipton star.Read more

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  4. Faust: Venice Film Review

    3:47 pm 9/9/2011

    Faust sells his soul to a friendly devil in the final installment of Alexander Sokurov’s treatise on power.Read more

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  5. Venice 2011: Al Pacino's 'Wilde Salome,' Roman Polanski's 'Carnage' Win Awards

    2:35 pm 9/9/2011

    The main prizes at the film festival will be handed out on Saturday.Read more

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  6. Kotoko: Venice Film Review

    1:42 pm 9/9/2011

    Singing star Cocco stars in this Japanese psychological horror from cult director Shinya TsukamotoRead more

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  7. Texas Killing Fields: Venice Film Review

    5:25 am 9/9/2011

    The by-the-numbers police procedural drama provides a so-so showcase for its eye-catching cast, which includes Sam Worthington and "The Help's" Jessica Chastain.Read more

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  8. When the Night (Quando la notte): Venice Film Review

    10:57 am 9/8/2011

    Cristina Comencini’s drama traces the hesitant romance between a young mother and a rough-hewn mountaineer she meets on vacation in the Alps.Read more

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  9. Killer Joe: Venice Film Review

    7:46 am 9/8/2011

    Matthew McConaughey and Emile Hirsch star in a dark comedy-thriller from Oscar-winning director William Friedkin, premiering in Competition at the Venice Film Festival.Read more

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  10. Land of Oblivion: Venice Film Review

    4:30 pm 9/7/2011

    Israeli writer-director Michale Boganim explores the dramatic ramifications of Chernobyl nuclear-plant disaster in this French/German/Polish/Ukrainian co-productionRead more

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