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From Borat To Aladeen, Laughter Is Cohen's Goal

From bumbling interviews as Borat to taking off his clothes in front of Rep. Ron Paul as Bruno, there isn't much actor Sacha Baron Cohen won't do for a laugh. The story of his latest persona, Admiral General Hafez Aladeen, might seem inspired by recent revolutions in North Africa and the Middle East, but he insists the character was in development before the Arab Spring.
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The Movie Dustin Lance Black's 'Seen A Million Times'

The director of Milk and the new film Virginia says he can't get enough of Rob Reiner's rom-com When Harry Met Sally. It speaks to "such basic truths about matchmaking and love," Black says, "that I think it's withstood the test of time."
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Cannes Film Festival Has American Slant This Year

Melissa Block talks to Los Angeles Times journalist Steve Zeitchik about what's popular this year at the Cannes Film Festival.
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Coming Soon — To A Theater Nowhere Near You

Feel like you're the last to see the new Hollywood blockbuster? You may be right — because studios have started premiering big films overseas before they come to the United States.
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'Polisse' Shows Child Abuse Cases With Gritty Realism

Robert Siegel talks to French director and actor Maiwenn about her crime drama Polisse. The film follows the daily lives of a tightly-knit team of men and women working in the Child Protection Unit of the Parisian police. Basing her script on real child investigation cases, Maiwenn conveys the emotional strain of the unit's work with gritty realism.

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