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Swedes, watch at your own risk.
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By Meg Shields
Of all of the cinematic manifestos, Dogme 95 is perhaps the most infamous. Here’s a look at the origin and rules of the “Vows of Chastity.”
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16 directors, from provocateurs to experimentalists to horror masters to Paul Thomas Anderson.
By Anna Swanson and Meg Shields
‘The House That Jack Built’ is a divisive parade of depraved obscenities, and according to the Double Take duo: it rules. Here’s why.
By Matt Hoffman
Lars von Trier is doing his Lars von Trier shtick again.
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