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'The Trilogy': Same Characters, Different Films

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'The Trilogy': Same Characters, Different Films

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'The Trilogy': Same Characters, Different Films

'The Trilogy': Same Characters, Different Films

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The Trilogy, the latest project from French actor-director Lucas Belvaux, consists of three films with distinct plots populated by the same cast of characters. The project has already won France's top critics prize. Each film — a crime drama, a romantic farce and a forlorn love story — will open sequentially in U.S. theaters over the course of three weeks. Pat Dowell reports.

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