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A Summer In Italy Simmers With Sexual Longing In 'Call Me By Your Name'

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In Coco, young Miguel's love of music ultimately leads him to the Land of the Dead where he teams up with charming trickster Hector. Pixar hide caption

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Mexico, Music And Family Take Center Stage In 'Coco'

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Sam Rockwell (left) and Caleb Landry Jones feature heavily in Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri, which is open now in theaters. Merrick Morton/Twentieth Century Fox hide caption

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Caleb Landry Jones, 'Three Billboards' Salesman, Sees His 'Fat Face' On Screen

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In 'The Problem With Apu,' Hari Kondabolu Discusses South Asian Representation

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Music In 'Mudbound' Intended To Evoke Earth, Dirt And Mud

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Ingrained Prejudices Collide With Wartime Trauma In 'Mudbound'

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In a monologue on her Hulu show I Love You, America, comedian Sarah Silverman described the sadness and anger she feels about her friend Louis C.K., following his admission of sexual misconduct. Screengrab by NPR/I Love You America on YouTube hide caption

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