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Film is dazzling and Knightley is ‘achingly elegant’ but is there more style than substance?
Johansson and Portman rumoured to be making an appearance at Democratic convention tonight
A film starring Gerard Depardieu and Isabelle Adjani joins a string of projects inspired by the sex scandal
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9/11 film 'shocks the festival' with its bold tale of a man torn between capitalism and fundamentalism
Bart Layton's documentary about conman Frederic Bourdin has all the drama of a Hollywood thriller
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