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  1. 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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  2. 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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  3. 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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  4. 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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  5. 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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  6. 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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  7. Bad 25: Venice Review

    4:53 am 8/31/2012

    Spike Lee captures a specific pinnacle in Michael Jackson's career and a precise period in American popular music culture with his comprehensive recap of the making, marketing and legacy of the 1987 album "Bad."Read more

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  8. Paradise: Faith: Venice Review

    5:25 pm 8/30/2012

    The second part in Austrian director Ulrich Seidl's trilogy about three women at crossroads concerns a fanatically devout Catholic reunited with her Moslem husband.Read more

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  9. The Triplet: Venice Review

    9:45 am 8/30/2012

    Naples director Vincenzo Marra's latest home-town documentary is an intimate and engaging character-study of a charismatic Neapolitan inmate.Read more

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  10. Pivano Blues – On Nanda’s Road: Venice Film Review

    4:28 am 9/6/2011

    A contagiously enthusiastic celebration of the Italian intellectual and translator Fernanda Pivano, who died in 2009.Read more

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