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Japanese stars mesmerize fans

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EMI TAKEI thanks supporters at the premiere.JILSON SECKLER TIU

Whenever Japanese actor Takeru Satoh uttered a word, fans screamed his name, never mind that they couldn’t tell what he was saying. The mere mention of Kamen Rider Den-O, his TV persona, brought a wave of cheers from fans, much to the 25-year-old actor’s amusement.

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Lav Diaz’s epic ‘Mula sa Kung Ano ang Noon’ wins top prize at Locarno fest

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Filipino filmmaker Lav Diaz’s five-and-a-half-hour epic “Mula sa Kung Ano ang Noon (From What is Before)” won the top prize at the 67th Locarno International Film Festival. The awards ceremony was held in Switzerland, Saturday evening (Swiss time).

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Angelina’s film helped get her through surgery

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Angelina Jolie described the late Louis Zamperini, right, as “extraordinary.” photo: Universal Pictures

Louis Zamperini, the late Olympian and hero, not only inspired Angelina Jolie to direct “Unbroken,” a film about his life as a survivor; he also motivated her personally, especially when she had double mastectomy in 2013.

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For 1st time: Movies for blind, deaf now showing

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For the first time, the visually impaired and the deaf or hard-of-hearing will experience a full-length feature film.

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Unanimous A for ‘Barber’s Tales’

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MOVING moment: Marian, Dong engaged.

We at the Cinema Evaluation Board rarely give a film a unanimous grade of A. Jun Robles Lana’s “Barber’s Tales” is one of the few exceptions. We fell in love with the movie. It deserves a grade higher than A.

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