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The Jungle rewinds Pinter's 'Betrayal'
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Doc-maker Barbara Kopple goes to war for 'Bearing Witness'
Josh Homme axes bass player, enters cocoon, makes great rock record
Nomad Steven Foley travels far with a film about wanderlust
'Something's Gotta Give' puts everything on sale--at full price
Opposite aesthetics would seem to spell splitsville for indie cinema's power couple
Rancorous "Anti-Americanism" reigns at the 56th Cannes Film Festival
Two celluloid-driven revivals try to reel in laughs
The National Entertainment State Stands Firm--Then Runs Away
L.I.E. peeps on the shadier side of suburbia
An Oak Street retrospective pulls us back to the flashy days of Eighties cinema
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Veteran filmmaker John Frankenheimer proudly defines himself as more craftsman than creator
Luna's cover version of "Sweet Child o' Mine" marks a strange departure from the indie universe
David Fincher's Fight Club turns macho discontentment into the ultimate dick flick
The Chemical Brothers give creative electronica a beat-down
Unlike the flop-sweating neurotics of his comedies, Albert Brooks the director shows none of the comedian's high anxiety
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