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NYFF: ‘First Cousin Once Removed’ is a Scary and Personal Look at An Artist Fading Away With…

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NYFF: ‘Holy Motors’ Dares the Audience to Figure it Out

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NYFF: ‘The Last Time I Saw Macao’ Skillfully Blends Documentary And Fiction

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NYFF: Three Eccentric Shorts in Celebration of Art and Artists

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NYFF: ‘The Dead Man And Being Happy’ Wavers in Tone But Succeeds in Taking Filmic Risks

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NYFF: ‘Lines of Wellington’ Tries For Epic Status But Spreads Itself Way Too Thin

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NYFF: ‘Lincoln’ Builds an American Icon Through Outstanding Performances

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NYFF: ‘Something in the Air’ is an Accurate Portrayal of 1970s Youth Revolution But Could Have Gone…

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NYFF: Haneke’s ‘Amour’ Is a Brilliant, Unflinching Portrait of an Elderly Couple and the Ravages of…

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