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  1. Melanie Laurent on Working With Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt: "It Was Two Dreamlike Months"

    10:15 am 12/15/2014

    The French actress discusses Jolie’s upcoming film ‘By the Sea’Read more

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  2. Marrakech Film Festival: Alan Rickman, Melanie Laurent Join Jury

    7:36 am 11/17/2014

    Directors Bertrand Bonello and Cristian Mungiu will also join president Isabelle HuppertRead more

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  3. Joel Schumacher, Elizabeth Banks' 'Little Accidents' Headed to Hamptons Film Festival

    2:03 pm 9/10/2014

    The film joins Melanie Laurent’s 'Breathe' and 18 other titles in this year's Golden Starfish competitionRead more

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  4. 'Breathe' ('Respire'): Cannes Review

    8:29 am 5/16/2014

    The second directorial outing of "Inglourious Basterds" actress Melanie Laurent stars Josephine Japy and Lou De Laage and is part of the Cannes Critics' Week.Read more

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  5. Cannes Critics' Week Unveils Lineup

    6:00 am 4/21/2014

    Djinn Carrenard’s "Faire L’Amour" will open the sidebar, run by the French Film Critics Syndicate, with Melanie Laurent’s second feature film, "Breathe" getting an out-of-competition screening. Read more

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  6. 'Enemy' Red Band Trailer

    12:03 pm 2/28/2014

    Adam Bell (Jake Gyllenhaal) sets out to find his look-alike after seeing him in a movie. The thriller from Denis Villeneuve and co-starring Melanie Laurent, Sarah Gordon and Isabella Rossellini is set to hit limited theaters on March 14. Read more

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  7. Aloft: Berlin Review

    8:57 am 2/12/2014

    Former Oscar contender's first English-language feature is a handsome but pretentious winter's tale about a New Age healer and her estranged son.Read more

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  8. Now You See Me: Film Review

    2:14 pm 5/30/2013

    Jesse Eisenberg and Woody Harrelson star in Louis Letterier's latest film that gives no suspense or rooting interest.Read more

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  9. Night Train to Lisbon: Berlin Review

    1:00 pm 2/13/2013

    Jeremy Irons is back to playing parched and constipated as a Swiss classicist investigating the Portuguese dictatorship in this lumpy Europudding.Read more

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  10. Requiem for a Killer: Film Review

    1:09 pm 2/23/2011

    Following a steady line of female assassin flicks, French writer-director Jerome Le Gris has all the elements in hand to concoct an appealing mix of high heels and high tension, yet this is a botched thriller with practically zero punch.Read more

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