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July 4, 2004 | Scarlet Cheng, Special to the Times
The art of seduction is not dead. Nor is it limited to the exotic likes of Casanova or Mata Hari, carried out with plumes of smoke and vials of perfume. We all practice this art, says French Canadian director Jean-Francois Pouliot, and not just for sexual gratification. We seduce others so they will love us and do our bidding. We do so by styling our hair and dressing up, by displaying our charming side and by finding ways to engage the heart and mind of the other.
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July 4, 2004 | Scarlet Cheng, Special to the Times
The art of seduction is not dead. Nor is it limited to the exotic likes of Casanova or Mata Hari, carried out with plumes of smoke and vials of perfume. We all practice this art, says French Canadian director Jean-Francois Pouliot, and not just for sexual gratification. We seduce others so they will love us and do our bidding. We do so by styling our hair and dressing up, by displaying our charming side and by finding ways to engage the heart and mind of the other.
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July 9, 2004 | Kenneth Turan, Times Staff Writer
"Seducing Dr. Lewis" arrives with the charm of a beloved friend we haven't seen in the longest time. The kind of shrewd, genial comedy it provides doesn't intend to break new ground, but its traditional satisfactions are so effectively done and so long in coming our way that to see it is to realize just how hungry we've been for this kind of old-fashioned treat. It's a hunger that turns out to be widely shared.
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January 25, 2004 | From Associated Press
The high-tech thriller "Primer," about two get-rich-quick inventors whose time-travel device complicates their lives, won the top dramatic honor at the Sundance Film Festival Saturday night. Sundance jurors gave the documentary grand prize to "DiG!," director Ondi Timoner's portrait of the friendship and rivalry between musicians Anton Newcombe of the Brian Jonestown Massacre and Courtney Taylor of the Dandy Warhols.
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May 9, 2004
Friday After Freedom Drama Vitagraph With: Mic Tomasi, Greg Satamian, Sophie Chahinian The idea: Cultural tug of war set in Glendale as a young Armenian American is torn between his tightknit community and finding his own way. Writer-director: Vahe Babaian * So?
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