Venice Film Festival: 'Pieta,' 'The Master' win awards
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Venice Film Festival: 'Pieta,' 'The Master' win awards

Tel Aviv : Israel | Sep 09, 2012 at 5:57 AM PDT
Source: San Jose Mercury News
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In a departure from the usual acceptance speeches, Kim thanked the jury and festival audience with a short song in Korean, leaving the theater in rapt silence. The Silver Lion for best director went to Paul Thomas Anderson for ''The Master," a film inspired by Scientology founder L. FULL ARTICLE AT San Jose Mercury News
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Ki-Duk's film "Pieta" competes for the Golden Lion prize in Venice
Ki-Duk's film "Pieta" competes for the Golden Lion prize in Venice
 
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