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    NYFF '99 REVIEW: "Felicia's Journey" Proves Impressive Trip

    NYFF '99 REVIEW: "Felicia's Journey" Proves Impressive Trip

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    NYFF '99 ON THE SCENE: Sisters Campion Blow Spiritual "Smoke"

    NYFF '99 ON THE SCENE: Sisters Campion Blow Spiritual "Smoke"

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    NYFF '99 REVIEW: "Holy Smoke" Unravels in Campions' Confused Cult

    NYFF '99 REVIEW: "Holy Smoke" Unravels in Campions' Confused Cult

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    NYFF '99 ON THE SCENE: Vive l'Avant-Garde! Baldwin and Beavers Return

    NYFF '99 ON THE SCENE: Vive l'Avant-Garde! Baldwin and Beavers Return

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    NYFF '99 REVIEW: Devor Running for Laughs in Noir Ode "Woman Chaser"

    NYFF '99 REVIEW: Devor Running for Laughs in Noir Ode "Woman Chaser"

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    NYFF '99 REVIEW: "Set Me Free" Paints Portrait of the Artist as a Young Girl

    NYFF '99 REVIEW: "Set Me Free" Paints Portrait of the Artist as a Young Girl

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    NYFF'99 ON THE SCENE: The Documentary Side of Things: Lanzmann's Powerful Missing Piece

    NYFF'99 ON THE SCENE: The Documentary Side of Things: Lanzmann's Powerful Missing Piece

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    NYFF '99 ON THE SCENE: The Bad Boy of French Cinema, Leos Carax

    NYFF '99 ON THE SCENE: The Bad Boy of French Cinema, Leos Carax

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    NYFF '99 REVIEW: "Dogma" Delivers Comic Powerhouse in Catholic, Corporate Context

    NYFF '99 REVIEW: "Dogma" Delivers Comic Powerhouse in Catholic, Corporate Context

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    NYFF REVIEW: Brave "Being John Malkovich" Boasts Clever Celeb Fable

    NYFF REVIEW: Brave "Being John Malkovich" Boasts Clever Celeb Fable

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