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<I>Dancer In the Dark</I>

NPR's Bob Mondello reviews the film Dancer in the Dark, made by Danish director Lars Von Trier. Von Treir was cofounder of the "Dogme '95" movement, which advocated removing artifice from film. Bob says this is a real departure from that -- it couldn't be more artificial. And it's dividing audiences.

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