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Jim Jarmusch On Iggy Pop, Hip-Hop And Finding Poetry In Mundane Things

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Critic Says This Year's Sundance Was The 'Most Fraught' He Can Recall

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Rana (Taraneh Alidoosti) and Emad's (Shahab Hosseini) marriage is shattered in The Salesman. Courtesy of Cohen Media Group hide caption

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Attention Must Be Paid To What 'The Salesman' Is Selling

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Taking 'Death Of A Salesman' To Tehran

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Bosworth sits in her "hideout" in 1945. Courtesy of Patricia Bosworth hide caption

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Renowned Biographer Patricia Bosworth Writes A Chapter From Her Own Life

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The Hollywood Black List Turns Overlooked Scripts Into Oscar Movies

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(Left) Rachel Bloom as Rebecca and Donna Lynne Champlin as Paula in Crazy Ex-Girlfriend. (Right) Mary Tyler Moore as Mary Richards on The Mary Tyler Moore Show in 1971. Lisa Rose/The CW; CBS via Getty Images hide caption

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'The Founder' Follows Salesman's Genius Idea To Franchise McDonald's

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