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Atom Egoyan must be a wonderful teacher. (Photo by Roger Ebert)Egoyan on inspiration Egoyan on erotic scenes &nbspEgoyan on Amanda Seyfried Egoyan on Liam Neeson Egoyan on Ingmar Bergman and the essence of cinema Egoyan on preconceptions about actors Egoyan on film versus video as a medium Egoyan on the "tipping point" Egoyan on why we're uneasy seeing famous stars in sex scenes.

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