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  1. Pieta: Venice Review

    3:58 pm 9/3/2012

    South Korean master Kim Ki-duk returns to form in an offbeat tale starring Cho Min-soo -- who is bound to be a best actress contender -- and Lee Jung-jin.Read more

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  2. Something in the Air: Venice Review

    1:03 pm 9/3/2012

    French writer-director Olivier Assayas returns to the time and place of his 1994 film, "Cold Water," stirring a strong dose of politics into the semi-autobiographical mix.Read more

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  3. Disconnect: Venice Review

    8:45 am 9/3/2012

    Jason Bateman, Hope Davis, Frank Grillo, Michael Nyqvist, Paula Patton, Andrea Riseborough, Alexander Skarsgard and Max Thieriot lead the ensemble cast of this reflection on the downside of living online.Read more

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  4. Winter of Discontent (El sheita elli fat): Venice Review

    7:08 am 9/3/2012

    Socially committed Egyptian director Ibrahim El Batout examines the pain behind the Arab Spring in a drama starring Amr Waked and Salah Al Hanafy.Read more

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  5. Looking for Hortense (Cherchez Hortense): Venice Review

    11:44 am 9/2/2012

    Kristen Scott Thomas and Jean-Pierre Bacri whip through light French comedy for writer-director Pascal Bonitze.Read more

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  6. Boxing Day: Venice Review

    8:19 am 9/2/2012

    Following "Ivans XTC" and "The Kreutzer Sonata," writer-director Bernard Rose and lead actor Danny Huston complete their trilogy of Tolstoy updates with this two-character drama.Read more

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  7. Love Is All You Need: Venice Review

    5:53 am 9/2/2012

    Danish filmmaker Susanne Bier follows her Oscar winner "In a Better World" with a warmly sentimental comedy that stars Pierce Brosnan and Trine Dyrholm.Read more

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  8. Fill the Void (Lemale Et Ha'Chalal): Venice Review

    4:24 pm 9/1/2012

    Rama Burshstein's unusual first feature is almost a rom com pairing young Israeli actors Yiftach Klein and Hadas Yaron.Read more

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  9. It Was the Son (E' Stato Il Figlio): Venice Review

    10:11 am 9/1/2012

    The solo directing bow of Daniele Cipri' showcases Toni Servillo and Gisella Volodi in a paradoxical Sicilian tale.Read more

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  10. Tai Chi 0: Venice Review

    9:07 am 8/31/2012

    Stephen Fung's much-awaited steampunk kung-fu actioner showcases stars Tony Leung Ka-fai, Eddie Peng and Shu Qi.Read more

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