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Katrin Cartlidge, Gregoire Colin. This three-part drama garnered an Academy Award nomination for Best Foreign Film. The setting alternates between London and Macedonia. Part 1 is Words, Part 2 is Faces and Part 3 is Pictures. (1995 (112 min.)

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Emily Watson, Stellan Skarsgard, Katrin Cartlidge. When a religious woman prays for her husband to come home, she thinks his becoming paralyzed is her fault. As repentance, she sacrifices her own morality in this erotic drama. Emily Watson received an Academy Award Nomination. CC (1996) (152 min.)

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Katrin Cartlidge, Lynda Steadman, Kate Byers, Mark Benton. Annie goes to visit Hannah, an old college chum she hasn't seen for the six years since graduation. They rediscover their close friendship and encounter many faces from the past (1997) (87 min.)

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Charlotte Rampling, Alan Bates, Katrin Cartlidge. Michael Cacoyannis directs this elegaic version of Chekhov's masterpiece about an aristocratic family's tenous grasp on their status and wealth in turn-of-the-century Russia. (1999) (141min)

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Katrin Cartlidge, Vincent D'Onofiro, Colm Meaney. A grim tale about an Irish prostitute who skips out on her pimp and begins a romance in New Jersey only to be found and sent back to the streets. (1998) (95min)

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Katrin Cartlidge, Charles Durning, Eric Stoltz. When his bookie calls in his debt, this out-of-work actor devises a plan to raise money for his sister's nonexistent emergency abortion. (1998) (82 min.)

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David Thewlis, Lesley Sharp, Katrin Cartlidge. A drifter, wandering the streets of London, has no problem expounding on his knowledge of theory, theology and somewhat weird common sense to strangers who can neither like him, ignore him or escape from him. A witty look at society and human nature (1993) (131 min.)

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