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The "big house," midnight cityscapes, and sleazy hotels, yes -- but swamps? produce markets? LSD parties? Judging by the Roxie's exhaustive, 19-day festival, film noir is the most democratic of genres, placing its hapless heroes and molls with claws not…
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Andre the Giant

Andre de Toth, one of the festival's most colorful tributees, has led three Hollywood lives. He's notorious as the one-eyed director of the best 3-D movie (1953's House of Wax). But he's also the auteur behind cult films like None…
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The S.F. International Film Fest, Week 2

* Indicates films recommended by our reviewers. The Age of Possibilities (France, 1996) * Unsettled young Americans may find consolation in Pascale Ferran's amusing study of their French counterparts facing the agonies of fleeting love and underemployment, the uncertainty of…
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Reel World

Out of the Past The San Francisco International Film Festival announced its 40th anniversary edition at a Tuesday press conference. The lineup includes a generous boon to film buffs, a thoughtful nod to the festival's past, and a raspberry to…
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