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    Venice Review: Quentin Dupieux's 'Reality' Will Mess With Your Head

    The "Rubber" director returns with another wild surrealist comedy.

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    Toronto Review: Israelis and Palestinians Debate Education in 'This is My Land'

    Tamara Erde's timely documentary explores the different approaches to education in Israeli and Palestinian schools.

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    Toronto Review: Japanese Hip Hop Tale 'Tokyo Tribe' is a Wild Ride

    Sion Sono follows up crowdpleaser "Why Don't You Play in Hell?" with a feisty yakuza tale.

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    Venice Review: Joe Dante's 'Burying the Ex' is a Loving Homage to B-Movies

    The B-movie director's zombie romcom has more on its mind than just the return of the dead.

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    5 Lessons From the 71st Venice Film Festival

    The Venice Film Festival concluded its 71st edition this week. Here are some takeaways from the experience.

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    TIFF Review: ‘Hungry Hearts’ Starring Venice Best Actor Winner Adam Driver

    Seeing a young mother walking on the street holding her baby tends to warm the heart. Ordinary perspective suggests that said mother is doing so lovingly, because an alternative is too tough to swallow. The distortion of this perspective in Saverio Costanzo’s “Hungry Hearts” makes the very same imag...

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    The Disappearance Of Eleanor Rigby: Them

    Jessica Chastain and James McAvoy star in the complex relationship drama ‘The Disappearance Of Eleanor Rigby: Them.’

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    My Old Lady

    Kevin Kline, Maggie Smith, and Kristin Scott Thomas are a treat to watch in 'My Old Lady.'

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    Review: Tsai Ming-Liang's 'Stray Dogs' Is A Must-See Masterclass In Directing

    In a festival that's seen a number of endurance tests—Philip Groning's three-hour, 59-chapter "The Police Officer's Wife," the abstracted imagery of "Under The Skin," the brief but unrelentingly terrible duration of "Parkland," no film seemed to inspire more walk outs than "Stray Dogs." The return o...

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    'The Duke of Burgundy': With Butterflies and BDSM, a Kinky Romance Woos Critics

    Peter Strickland's followup to "Berberian Sound Studio" is the most tenderhearted leipdoptery-themed, softcore-informed dominant-submissive lesbian romance ever made.

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