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For The Record

October 25, 2008

'I've Loved You So Long' review: Some lines of text in the review of the movie "I've Loved You So Long" in Friday's Calendar section were missing. The two sentences affected should have read: As played by Elsa Zylberstein (whom the director says he chose because he loves "the blend of joy and immense fragility she gives off"), Lea is married with two young children and a demanding job, yet she is the unselfish one in her life, the person who is always willing to do whatever it takes to make things go smoothly. Though Scott Thomas' is the showier role, it takes Zylberstein's complementary skill to make the scenario completely convincing. (For the entire review, go online to latimes.com/entertainment/

news/reviews/.)

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