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Lost (and gained) in translation

In the tough job of marketing foreign films, sometimes not telling all is the best policy

By Beth Pinsker
Globe Correspondent / January 23, 2005

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Getting a French-speaking audience to theaters in the United States to watch a post-World War II-era drama about a reform school isn't going to make a movie distributor much money. (Full article: 2092 words)

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