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  • In verit le difficolt furono gigantic matriarch ad ogni problema io rispondevo criminal un'invenzione che risolveva gli intoppi.

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  • The Voice unearthed the pilot and describes it as "excellent and heartfelt, a verité testament to lower-middle-class insularity that conjures Saturday Night Fever's desperate ennui," but that observation sounds sarcastic.

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  • Kittehs awlways duing taht….dis iz just a very….verit…different wai.

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  • They gave the fight scenes a verit é look by making them TV-style.

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  • Mr. Audley will be present for the opening-night screenings, where he ' ll be shooting verit é footage for the film ' s sequel: Open Five: Open Five II.

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  • One of this year's rediscoveries — or rather, discoveries, since it was seen by next to no one at the time — was Stanton Kaye's 1968 "Brandy in the Wilderness," a pioneering application of cinema verit é techniques to autobiography in a diary form.

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  • The 23-year-old Snell dragged Mr. Kaylor and his camera into Midwestern sleaze pits and domestic turmoil, generating a surplus of cringe-inducing verit é awkwardness.

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  • At the awards ceremony, held on the ninth floor of the Riverside Church in Manhattan, Ms. Green and cinema co-director Philip Maysles accepted the award, flanked by Maysles namesakes including the cinema verit é pioneer himself, Albert — co-director, with his late brother David, of " Salesman " and " Gimme Shelter, " among other documentary classics — and institute mavens Rebekah and Sara Maysles.

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  • While Nick Schager, writing in Slant, finds Calum Grant and Joshua Atesh Litle's Ever Since the World Ended, "a tale of Bay Area survivors of a viral apocalypse ... superficially indebted to the faux-verité trickery of then-phenom The Blair Witch Project," Jeannette Catsoulis sees "a rudimentary yet fascinating record of remembrance and reconstruction."

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  • Condolences to viewers physically affected by his faux-verité – I was thankfully not among them.

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