Language lessons

Koehler, Robert
November 2003
Daily Variety;11/11/2003 70th Anniversary, Vol. 281, p44
Trade Publication
Features contenders for the foreign language film category in the 2004 Oscar, "The Barbarian Invasions"; "Infernal Affairs"; "I'm Not Scared"; "Valentin"; "Twin Sisters"; "Good Bye, Lenin!"; "Carandiru"; "Bon Voyage".


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