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By Phil Nugent

World News New Film God Grew Tired Of Us Documents Sudanese Refugees' Journey To U.S.
Global Rhythm's film critic, Phil Nugent, reviews this new movie exclusively online.
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Film Academic Intrigue At A French University
The French film Poison Friends, directed by Emmanuel Bordieu from a screenplay he co-wrote with Marcia Romano, has the virtue of having an unusual subject.
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Film 18 Directors Go To Paris
The anthology film Paris, Je T’aime offers 18 takes on the subject of love in the city of lights, from the Coen brothers, Alexander Payne, Sylvain Chomet, and others.
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Film Rescue Dawn
Rescue Dawn is German director Werner Herzog’s first nondocumentary feature in five years. The movie is based on the story of Dieter Dengler, a German-born U.S. citizen and Navy pilot who was shot down over Laos in the mid-’60s.
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Film Woman Is the Future Of Man
Korean director Hong Sang-soo’s Woman Is the Future Of Man shimmers like a clear lake on a sunny day, and is almost as motionless and quiet.
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Film Screamers
Carla Garapedian’s Screamers stars the prog-metal band System Of A Down and features plenty of performance footage of the group, but it’s not a concert movie; it’s a treatise on the international history of genocide.
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Film The Latest From Patrice Leconte & Pascale Ferran
In Patrice Leconte’s new comedy My Best Friend, Daniel Auteuil plays François, an elegantly self-assured antiques dealer who is, beneath his sophisticated exterior, a buffoon, and he pours all that quiet intensity into the character’s cluelessness.

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Film I Am Cuba: A Lost Classic Found (Again)
I Am Cuba, an ambitious, and at times surreal portrait of the country created in 1964 by a team of visiting Soviet filmmakers, was audacious, visually dazzling, and completely forgotten for 30 years. Now a deluxe three-DVD set lovingly resurrects this milestone for home video.
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Film Remembering Ousmane Sembene
For 40 years, the late Ousmane Sembene was the pride of African Cinema. His last film, Moolaade, took on the harrowing subject of female genital mutilation—a poignant statement reflective of the director's amazing career.
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Film A Sowbiz Biopic And An Agitprop Drama
Phil Nugent looks at La Vie En Rose, a cinematic biography of the legendary (and legendarily troubled) French singer Edith Piaf. He also subjects himself to the agitprop African docudrama Bamako.
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Film A Clash Of Ideas
The Romanian film 4 Months, 3 Weeks and 2 Days will make you mighty glad to live in a time and place where woman have abortion rights, while Julien Temple's documentary The Future Is Unwritten might just make you feel a little better about not being Joe Strummer.
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