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Topic - Oliver Platt
Terrence Malick's highly imaginative "The Tree of Life" and Mike Mills' flashback comedy, "Beginners" tied for best feature at the annual Gotham Independent Film Awards.
The Big Apple, circa 1977, packed more melodrama than even the most jaded New Yorkers could ignore: The Son of Sam killer was on the loose; a fierce mayoral battle involving an embattled incumbent (Abe Beam) promised endless headlines; and a blackout let loose a parade of hoodlums bent on destruction.
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