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Crazy in Love 

New movie confirms: Time doesn't heal all wounds.

In Time, an insanely jealous woman thinks her boyfriend has grown tired of her. So she leaves without a word, has plastic surgery, and re-enters his life as a brand-new person. She begins dating him again -- even though he’s still madly in love with his old girlfriend (he’s totally unaware that he’s going out with his former flame). Soon, her suspicious ways restart the tragic cycle. Director Kim Ki-duk fashions Time as a love story. But it’s also a cautionary tale of sorts, probing the heavy consequences of messing with character.
Fri., Sept. 21, 9:45 p.m.; Sat., Sept. 22, 7:15 p.m., 2007

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