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  1. 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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  2. 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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  3. 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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  4. 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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  5. 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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  6. People Mountain People Sea: Venice Film Review

    1:37 pm 9/7/2011

    Chen Jianbin, Tao Hong and Wu Xiubo star in director Cai Shangjun's film about an insider's trip through rural China.Read more

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  7. Dark Horse: Venice Film Review

    12:50 pm 9/7/2011

    While Selma Blair delivers an appealing performance, the film's extreme negativity is sometimes laughable, writes THR Film Critic Todd McCarthy.Read more

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  8. Venice Film Festival Day 8: Focus Turns to Artistic Director's Unknown Fate

    8:50 am 9/7/2011

    As the festival begins to wind down, many wonder if Marco Mueller will return for another mandate.Read more

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  9. Who Will Take a Chance on Michael Fassbender's Sex-Drenched, Gruesome 'Shame'? (Analysis)

    8:00 pm 9/6/2011

    "Our selling point is that we've not been shy," says producer Iain Canning of director Steve McQueen's graphic drama, which could be an awards contender if it can first secure an American release.Read more

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