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  1. Boxing Day

    9:00 pm 10/4/2007

    Australian filmmaker Kriv Stenders has crafted a gripping domestic drama of ample power, a simple film based on a single nugget of information that's rich with human truths.Read more

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  2. Theater Reviews

    9:00 pm 10/4/2007

    Noel Coward's brittle and pathetic self-portrait of the matinee idol as the center of the universe is preserved more or less under glass in the National Theatre's glossy new production. Read more

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  3. Theater Reviews

    9:00 pm 10/4/2007

    This smart, funny tale of a young girl's interactions with three disreputable philatelists plays like a modern-day cross between "The Maltese Falcon" and "American Buffalo" and features smashing performances by its leads.Read more

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  4. Closed Note

    9:00 pm 10/4/2007

    Isao Yukisada's new film is slack on originality and chemistry, so it probably won't perform a hat trick in the overseas market.Read more

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  5. Low Winter Sun

    9:00 pm 10/4/2007

    As stylish and substantial as film noir comes these days, especially on television, and especially from across the Atlantic. It's a beautiful mood piece that doesn't bank on looks alone but that gives viewers a story with meat on its bones.Read more

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  6. Angels in the Dust

    9:00 pm 10/4/2007

    Despite the inherent downbeat nature of the subject matter -- the AIDS epidemic in Africa -- the film is intensely inspiring in its depiction of Marion Cloete's caring for her village's residents.Read more

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  7. Yasukuni

    9:00 pm 10/4/2007

    Instead of harping on disputed grievances like the Nanjing massacre or comfort women, the film hones in on the shrine itself: It traces its imperial lineage, unpeeling layers of mystique surrounding the shrine to show what actually still goes on in and outside its vicinity.Read more

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  8. Assembly

    9:00 pm 10/4/2007

    In its dramatization of a communist army captain's fight to validate his unit's unacknowledged martyrdom, Feng Xiaogang's film aspires to Hollywood standard-bearers like "Saving Private Ryan" by striving to be superior to any Chinese film in the same genre.Read more

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  9. Captured

    9:00 pm 10/4/2007

    Back in the days of more innocent television (and viewers), crime-solving meant a fairly entertaining sequence of events. These days, it's more visceral and grimy, with this series being a good example.Read more

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  10. Kimura's 'Hero' eyes big Korean launch

    6:00 pm 10/4/2007

    TOKYO -- Takuya Kimura's latest project has been met with nothing short of hero worship in Japan, and the singer-turned-actor with the floppy hair is assured of a similarly fevered welcome in much of Asia -- starting with the acclaim that is anticipated in Pusan for "Hero."Read more

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