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January 31, 2003 | From Associated Press
Sadie Frost, the actress wife of screen star Jude Law, is in a London clinic suffering from severe postnatal depression. Frost, 34, was admitted to the $1,600-a-night Cromwell Hospital over the weekend, immediately after returning to Britain from Los Angeles. Newspaper reports said she'd marked her wrists in a "suicide scare."
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January 31, 2003 | From Associated Press
Sadie Frost, the actress wife of screen star Jude Law, is in a London clinic suffering from severe postnatal depression. Frost, 34, was admitted to the $1,600-a-night Cromwell Hospital over the weekend, immediately after returning to Britain from Los Angeles. Newspaper reports said she'd marked her wrists in a "suicide scare."
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October 30, 2003
Split: Oscar-nominated British actor Jude Law was divorced from Sadie Frost on Wednesday after she blamed him for exacerbating her postnatal depression, court papers showed. Signed: Annie Lennox will perform the theme song for Peter Jackson's J.R.R. Tolkien adaptation, "The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King." The soundtrack is due Nov. 25 and the film on Dec. 17.
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August 1, 2003 | Associated Press
Oscar-winning actress Nicole Kidman accepted a public apology and undisclosed damages Thursday to settle a libel lawsuit against a British newspaper that suggested she had an affair with actor Jude Law. The actress' lawyers told the High Court libel hearing in London that, in a March 6 article, the Daily Mail alleged that Kidman had tempted Law to cheat on his wife, actress Sadie Frost, causing the breakdown of their marriage.
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April 28, 1995 | PETER RAINER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
"A Pyromaniac's Love Story" practically pants for your approval. It's a strenuous, sweet-natured romantic comedy that never really works its way into your heart--or your head. Maybe it's the fault of the premise--a bakery burns down and, as a sign of their passion, four love-struck souls each try to take credit for it. It's an unwieldy conceit for a comedy.
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November 12, 1992 | BILL HIGGINS
The Scene: The world premiere Tuesday of Columbia's high-stakes entry in the holiday film bazaar, "Bram Stoker's Dracula." Francis Ford Coppola's lavish ode to hypodermic buckteeth screened at Mann's Chinese under a full moon. "We made a very unusual movie," said the director. "It's exciting to show it tonight."
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November 27, 1992 | BETTY GOODWIN
THE MOVIE: "Bram Stoker's Dracula" THE SETUP: Dracula, the original lovelorn vampire (Gary Oldman, pictured), leaves his creaky castle in Transylvania to hunt down Mina (Wynona Ryder), the reincarnation of his lost amour, in Victorian London. THE COSTUME DESIGNER: Eiko Ishioka, a Tokyo-based artist who created costumes and sets for "M. Butterfly" on Broadway and for the "Rip Van Winkle" episode of television's "Faerie Tale Theatre."
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April 14, 2003 | David Gritten, Special to the Times
New York -- Cultural critics often make the point that modern celebrities use their fame as a form of currency and come to view themselves as celebrity brands or commodities with "value" that they try to maintain. Now a British television show has taken that metaphor at face value, giving real celebrities a "share price" and encouraging viewers to "invest" in them by predicting whether their "stock" will rise or fall.
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July 5, 1996 | KEVIN THOMAS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In 1990, Hungary's Ildiko Enyedi made a stunningly witty and original debut with "My Twentieth Century," which is no less than a consideration of what the 20th century has meant for society as a whole and women in particular. Now Enyedi returns with "Magic Hunter," which is just as ambitious, dazzling and rewarding but, as a highly elliptical narrative, considerably more daunting. Be prepared to concentrate on this film.
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January 27, 2008 | Monica Corcoran, Times Staff Writer
Making a fashion statement at Sundance got even trickier last week. The temperatures plummeted to merciless single digits at night, making unflattering layers and big coats mandatory for survival. Plus, the climate didn't bode well for people on the wrong side of the velvet rope at Marquee, Teddy's and Hyde. This year, half a dozen New York and L.A. nightclubs opened pop-up lounges in the mountains. And, somehow, a few brave souls managed to break out the minidresses.
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September 24, 2004 | Booth Moore, Times Staff Writer
Forget fashion -- Sadie Frost has a way with men. She persuaded both her ex-husbands, actor Jude Law and former Spandau Ballet bandmate Gary Kemp, to come see her Frost French runway show here last weekend. Law, who stood by the bar looking over Kate Moss' head to watch the production at the Titanic nightclub in the West End, even brought along his new flame and London's current style sensation, Sienna Miller. It is Miller's boho vintage style that has captivated Brits.
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