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"The question of complete control and complete dominance of a marketplace means complete control and complete dominance of your daily life," Tom Hanks says. He plays the co-founder of a giant tech company in the new film The Circle.
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Adina Verson (right) and Katrina Lenk play, respectively, Rifkele, the brothel owner's daughter, and Menke, the woman she falls in the love with.
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"Literally I show up in the morning and I say, 'Who's dead?'" obit writer Bruce Weber explains in the film. "And somebody puts a folder on my desk and that's ... what I do that day." Weber took a buyout from The New York Times in 2016.
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In 1967, Frederick Wiseman's controversial documentary Titicut Follies exposed conditions at Bridgewater State Hospital in Massachusetts. Fifty years later, the filmmaker, now 87, has adapted the work into dance.