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February 1, 1998 | Paul Brownfield, Paul Brownfield is an occasional contributor to Calendar
Sybil Temchen is 25, with a face that could morph into Mira Sorvino's and a resume perhaps best described as Parker Posey-ish--a clutter of independent films with titles like "Floating" and "Sweet Jersey" and "Freak Talks About Sex." But while her film career may seem to be off to a promising start, in another sense it hasn't started at all. That's because none of the six films Temchen has made in the last year and a half have been released into theaters.
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February 1, 1998 | Paul Brownfield, Paul Brownfield is an occasional contributor to Calendar
Sybil Temchen is 25, with a face that could morph into Mira Sorvino's and a resume perhaps best described as Parker Posey-ish--a clutter of independent films with titles like "Floating" and "Sweet Jersey" and "Freak Talks About Sex." But while her film career may seem to be off to a promising start, in another sense it hasn't started at all. That's because none of the six films Temchen has made in the last year and a half have been released into theaters.
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November 27, 1998 | JOHN ANDERSON, FOR THE TIMES
Judging by the press releases, Terrence Malick's upcoming "The Thin Red Line" is clearly expected to rank with "Fast Times at Ridgemont High" or "The Big Chill" as an incubator of talent-to-be. Anyone involved in the film has already put it on his resume.
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October 22, 1999 | KEVIN THOMAS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
"Body Shots" offers the lurid tale of a night out gone drastically wrong. It's set in a trendy slice of L.A and features lots of sex, miles of raw dialogue and an ensemble cast of eight attractive and talented young actors. What may come as a surprise is where "American History X" writer David McKenna and director Michael Cristofer, the Pulitzer- and Tony Award-winning playwright and screenwriter, take us.
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May 2, 1999
Opening Friday The Castle. The Australian comedy tells the story of a tow-truck driver's battle to save his home from an expanding airport. (Miramax) The Empty Mirror. A speculation on what would transpire in Hitler's mind had the dictator survived and gone into hiding. Norman Rodway and Joel Grey star. (Lions Gate Films) I Stand Alone. Gaspar Noe's study of a butcher whose life gradually narrows to a desperate and potentially violent point. (Strand) The Mummy.
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