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Little buzz for American films at Toronto fest

Robin Wright in “The Conspirator,’’ Robert Redford’s film about the Lincoln assassination. Robin Wright in “The Conspirator,’’ Robert Redford’s film about the Lincoln assassination. (Claudette Barius/American Film Company)
By Wesley Morris
Globe Staff / September 14, 2010

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TORONTO — If these aren’t outright perilous times for American movies, they are a little worrying, especially for Oscar voters. How on Earth do they expect to get to 10 best-picture nominees without subtitles? (Full article: 1092 words)

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