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  • On The Beach AT Night Alone
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    'On The Beach At Night Alone': Berlin Review

    Life mirrors art in Hong Sangsoo’s latest meditation, about a director who has an affair with an actress

  • The Bar
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    'The Bar': Berlin Review

    2017-02-15T21:30:00Z

    Alex de la Iglesia returns with an unflattering genre piece set inside a Madrid bar

  • Loving Pia
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    'Loving Pia': Berlin Review

    2017-02-15T18:31:00Z

    Dir. Daniel Borgman. Denmark, 2017, 100 minutesLoving Pia is an easy film to like, if you are willing to adjust your attention span. Daniel Borgman’s slow no-budget hybrid plays like a documentary as it explores t

  • Return to Montauk
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    'Return To Montauk': Berlin Review

    2017-02-15T18:30:00Z

    Stellan Skarsgård and Nina Hoss headline Volker Schlondorff’s rumination on long lost love, co-written by Colm Tóibín

  • Almost Heaven
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    'Almost Heaven': Berlin Review

    2017-02-15T16:30:00Z

    Documentary set in one of China’s largest mortuaries where teenager Ying Ling learns her trade

  • Colo
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    'Colo': Berlin Review

    2017-02-15T15:15:00Z

    The Portugese financial crisis comes home to roost in Teresa Villaverde’s mannered but original film

  • Freak Show
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    'Freak Show': Berlin Review

    2017-02-15T12:30:00Z

    Trudie Styler’s debut is a frock-out-of-water High School yarn starring Alex Lawther as a flamboyant teen

  • Last Days In Havana
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    'Last Days In Havana': Berlin Review

    2017-02-14T22:00:00Z

    Dir: Fernando Perez. Cuba, Spain 2017.93 minsThere is a fond, wistful tone to Last Days In Havana (Últimos días en la Habana) that encourages you to indulge its inconsistencies in plottin

  • The Midwife
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    'The Midwife': Berlin Review

    2017-02-14T21:30:00Z

    France’s two Catherines - Deneuve and Frot - are united in an entertaining and bespoke script from Martin Provost

  • Joseph Beuys (1972, credit, Andres Veiel)
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    'Beuys': Berlin Review

    2017-02-14T18:30:00Z

    Three years in the making, Andres Veiel’s documentary about German artist Joseph Beuys takes its stylistic cues from its restlessly creative subject