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January 19, 2001 | JOHN CLARK, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
If they were ever to face off, Dawn would give last summer's "Survivor" winner Richard Hatch a run for his money. In the opening scene of "Series 7," a satire of reality shows, Dawn, followed by a hand-held camera, walks into a convenience store and guns down a patron. None of the other customers seems surprised or appalled. Soon we find out why.
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March 14, 2001 | RITA KEMPLEY, WASHINGTON POST
In "Series 7," filmmaker Daniel Minahan's devastating satire of "Survivor"-type television, the killing has already begun: "Real people . . . in real danger . . . in a fight for their lives. Tonight on 'The Contenders': Series 7 marathon!" In fact, the show has already been on for six seasons as the movie begins.
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March 14, 2001 | RITA KEMPLEY, WASHINGTON POST
In "Series 7," filmmaker Daniel Minahan's devastating satire of "Survivor"-type television, the killing has already begun: "Real people . . . in real danger . . . in a fight for their lives. Tonight on 'The Contenders': Series 7 marathon!" In fact, the show has already been on for six seasons as the movie begins.
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January 19, 2001 | JOHN CLARK, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
If they were ever to face off, Dawn would give last summer's "Survivor" winner Richard Hatch a run for his money. In the opening scene of "Series 7," a satire of reality shows, Dawn, followed by a hand-held camera, walks into a convenience store and guns down a patron. None of the other customers seems surprised or appalled. Soon we find out why.
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