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'Death Note' Gets Furious, Albeit Brief Screen Debut
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'Death Note' Gets Furious, Albeit Brief Screen Debut

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'Death Note' Gets Furious, Albeit Brief Screen Debut

'Death Note' Gets Furious, Albeit Brief Screen Debut
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Coming to a Screen Near You?

When it comes to marketing a movie, the new Indiana Jones movie almost sells itself. But if you're backing a Japanese film adapted from a comic book, you have to be a bit more creative. KPBS reporter Beth Accomando reviews the new film, Death Note, which opens in 300 U.S. multiplexes — but only for two days.

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