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Three to see

Magic Mirror

By Jim Concannon
Globe Staff / August 11, 2009

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Harry Potter is reality. In Hollywood, producers have long embraced the primacy of “high concept,’’ the guideline whereby a film project’s plot must be boiled down to a few choice words. If the movie’s premise requires too much explanation, producers believe, it will fail with the public, lose money, and so should not be made. (Full article: 453 words)

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