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Racial tensions and feminist stirrings from Mali to Maine
, November 16, 2004
New York moviegoers may still be suffering political-doc fatigue, but the nonfiction-heavy 12th annual African Diaspora Film Festival provides a... More>>
Whither underground: America's favorite gun-toting heiress Whither underground: America's favorite gun-toting heiress
, November 16, 2004
The abduction of Patty Hearst was a fantastic pageant. The Symbionese Liberation Army—a gang of crazy, mixed-up, mainly privileged white... More>>
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, November 16, 2004
A domestic Da Vinci Code eureka-fest, National Treasure will have you singing the Apprentice theme song: It's a movie about money (ancient... More>>
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, November 16, 2004
Lou Ye's 2000 Suzhou River daringly transplanted Vertigo to Shanghai and transformed the city's canals into an urban stream of consciousness.... More>>
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, November 16, 2004
EASY Written and directed by Jane Weinstock Magic Lamp, opens November 26 After falling off a roof and recovering from the subsequent coma,... More>>
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, November 16, 2004
In an experience that mirrors the annual struggle of red-state Jewry, the eponymous couple of this crackbrained holiday comedy choose not to... More>>
As Years Go By As Years Go By
A very Wong engagement: Time-traveling between an imaginary past and an eternal now
, November 09, 2004
Days of Being Wild is the movie with which Wong Kar-wai became Wong Kar-wai—the most influential, passionate, and romantic of neo-new-wave... More>>
O Brother, Where Art Thou?: A New Look at the Old South Korea O Brother, Where Art Thou?: A New Look at the Old South Korea
, November 09, 2004
Simon S. Sheen, of 3 Ninjas fame, is no kin to Charlie, but rather one of the few filmmakers to see just how ronery North Korea's Kim Jong Il can... More>>
Dangerous Lives of Altar Boys Dangerous Lives of Altar Boys
Cross-dressing and cross-purposes: Almodóvar's twisty noir politely refuses to transgress
, November 09, 2004
Once something of a reckless, diabolically comic voice, Pedro Almodóvar has since entered middle age asking fairly standard questions... More>>
Full Visconti Series Juxtaposes Neorealism and Opulence Full Visconti Series Juxtaposes Neorealism and Opulence
, November 09, 2004
Count Luchino Visconti's main passion was breeding horses until Coco Chanel introduced him to Jean Renoir. He soon found himself working as an... More>>
Midtown Rushes Midtown Rushes
The MOMA returns: A re-opening bash with Godard, Scorsese, and an avant-garde A-list
, November 09, 2004
Programmed to celebrate the museum's midtown rebirth, MOMA's two-month-long Premieres series feels like a supersized international film festival... More>>
The Day I Became a Martyr: Islam Protest Brings Fatal Fatwa
, November 09, 2004
The movie that led to the death of Dutch filmmaker Theo van Gogh lasts 11 minutes and is unlikely to influence anyone's views on its... More>>
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, November 09, 2004
A culture-clash comedy that takes the notion of Japanese otherness to ludicrous extremes, Alain Corneau's Fear and Trembling follows a year in... More>>
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, November 09, 2004
It must have seemed like a good idea at the time. In 2001, actor-vegan-stoner-activist Woody Harrelson biked down the West Coast, stopping at... More>>
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, November 09, 2004
A kiddie biopic of Islam's founder retold through Hollywood-style animation, Muhammad: The Last Prophet opts for wholesome credos rather than... More>>
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