The Godfather Gerald Depardieu plays a Parisian crime boss named Guido -- who wants Mesrine to commit bigger and bigger crimes. Music Box Films hide caption

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Mesrine: A Ruthless Crook, A 'Killer' Film

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What's New, Pussycat? Romy Schneider starred in Henri-Georges Clouzot's Inferno, a major cinematic flop. Flicker Alley, LLC hide caption

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'Inferno': A Catastrophic Film Finds Redemption

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Tattooed Vigilante: Noomi Rapace returns as Lisbeth Salander, a gifted hacker on the run from the law in The Girl Who Played with Fire. Music Box Films hide caption

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Two Ladies: Are You Team Bella, Or Team Lisbeth?

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An Updated Ms. Bovary: Tilda Swinton stars as Emma, the Russian-born wife of the head of a Milanese dynasty. Magnolia Pictures hide caption

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'I Am Love': A 'Madame Bovary' For Our Century

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Nazi Noir Ventures To Havana In 'Dead Rise Not'

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Ian Carmichael played Lord Peter Wimsey, an archetype for the British gentleman detective. Acorn Media hide caption

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'Lord Peter' Returns, And It's No Mystery Why

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Take It Easy Hospital — the name of the fictionalized band in No One Knows About Persian Cats — performs in Tehran's underground music scene. From left: Pouya Hosseini, Ashkan Koshanejad, Kourosh Mirzaei and Negar Shaghi. Mijfilm hide caption

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'Persian Cats' Just Want To Rock 'N' Roll ... In Iran

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Kyle MacLachlan played FBI Special Agent Dale Cooper, who headed the investigation of Laura Palmer's brutal murder on Twin Peaks. Michael Ontkean played Harry Truman, Cooper's assistant. Paramount hide caption

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Still Wrapped In Plastic: 'Twin Peaks' Turns 20

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'Bigger Than Life': A Subversive Suburban Surprise

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Set in the streets of an ethnically and religiously diverse Jaffa neighborhood, Ajami employs nonprofessional actors to depict stories of crime, tragedy and love in a place where enemies live side by side. Kino International hide caption

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From Israel, A Humane And Honest Look At Life

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John Heilemann (left) and Mark Halperin are the authors of Game Change. Heilemann is a writer for New York magazine. Halperin is editor-at-large and senior political analyst for Time magazine. hide caption

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Changing The 'Game,' But Not For The Better

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'Burn Notice': A Refreshingly Retro Spy Caper

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In Case You Missed It: Events And Trends Of 2009

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Giving DVDs That Take You To A New World

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Judy Davis, Inspiring 'Brilliant Career's 30 Years Later

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