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  1. Broken Hill Blues (Omheten): Berlin Review

    4:09 am 2/17/2014

    Winner of a top Swedish film award for best cinematography, this debut for director Sofia Norlin stars Lina Leandersson from ‘Let the Right One In’ as one of several depressed teens growing up in a mining townRead more

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  2. The Decent One (Der Anstandige): Berlin Review

    11:27 pm 2/16/2014

    Director Vanessa Lapa uses archive footage and original documents to explore the personal side of SS leader Heinrich Himmler.Read more

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  3. Happy to Be Different (Felice chi e diverso): Berlin Review

    4:42 pm 2/16/2014

    Gianni Amelio’s documentary assembles personal recollections of Italian gay men, from the Mussolini era through subsequent decades of the 20th century.Read more

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  4. Berlinale Sweep Sees China's State Media Proud But Cautious

    8:45 am 2/16/2014

    State broadcaster CCTV puts Golden Bear-winning "Black Coal, Thin Ice" high up the news agenda.Read more

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  5. Holiday (Feriado): Berlin Review

    3:29 am 2/16/2014

    Diego Araujo's feature debut stars Juan Manuel Arregui and Diego Andres Paredes as two Ecuadorian adolescents who might become more than just friends.Read more

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  6. The Snow White Murder Case: Berlin Review

    2:10 pm 2/15/2014

    Best-selling Japanese author Kanae Minato gets another screen treatment courtesy of writer-director Nakamura Yoshihiro.Read more

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  7. Way Back Home: Berlin Review

    1:59 pm 2/15/2014

    Pang Eun-jin and Jeon Do-yeon team up for a high profile recreation of a harrowing true story.Read more

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  8. Ice Poison: Berlin Review

    1:45 pm 2/15/2014

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  9. Berlin Festival Sets Box Office Record

    11:56 am 2/15/2014

    The Berlinale reaffirms its place as the world's largest public film festival with 330,000 tickets sold.Read more

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  10. Forma: Berlin Review

    10:23 am 2/15/2014

    Japanese director Ayumi Sakamoto's debut is a maddeningly slow but powerfully atmospheric thriller.Read more

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