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Venice 2019: Table of Contents

The following table of contents includes our complete coverage of the 2019 Venice Film Festival, as written by Chaz Ebert and Glenn Kenny.


"Ad Astra"

"American Skin"

"Citizen K"


"The Laundromat"

"Marriage Story"

"The Mayor of Rione Sanità"

"The New Pope"

"No. 7 Cherry Lane"

"Pelican Blood"

"The Perfect Candidate"

"The Truth"


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"About Endlessness"




"The King"

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