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Deep Inside: Extreme Erotic Fantasies
While Polly Frost certainly borders on science fiction as much as the supernatural, she keeps slash out, paranormal in, and takes the one-handed read to another level altogether
Books Review  October 5, 2007, by Terry Ornelas Woodroffe
"...Deep Inside: Extreme Erotic Fantasiesby Polly Frost Tor Books, 272 pp., $12.95..."

Whose Political Fantasies Need to Be Reined In?
Postmarks  January 19, 2004
"...Dear Editor, Greg Wilson writes in regard to the Bush = Hitler "scandal" that the Chronicle owes it to their readers to rein in their political fantasies from time to time rather than reinforcing them. Unfortunately, the only fantasies put forth in the whole controversy were from Mr..."

Austin @ Large: Facts and Fantasies
Think globally, vote locally.
News Column  January 9, 2004, by Mike Clark-Madison
"...In their ordinary business, the cities and counties and school districts are where the political poses of our state and national "leaders" grow flesh and bones and blood. This would be so even if the fantasies and fallacies brought to power behind Bush and Perry were in fact sound approaches to government..."

Page Two: Budgetary Fantasies
Those who think budget-cutting is easy will soon learn otherwise
Columns  November 26, 2010, by Louis Black

Fearsome Freshmen Phenom Fantasies
DAILY Sports  September 24, 2007, by Joe O'Connell

8 1/2 Women
Although I can recount for you the details of Peter Greenaway's 8 1/2 Women, I can't make it all add up. Ever the artful iconoclast, Greenaway's new film is a...
Film Review  June 9, 2000, by Marjorie Baumgarten
"...Maybe. Or maybe, as one of the characters in 8 1/2 Women opines, “directors make films to satisfy their sexual fantasies.” In that case, we're dealing here with the sexual fantasies of one of the most misanthropic film artists to ever work in the medium..."

Crimson Tide
Submarines hold a near-mythic place in the pantheon of Great American Male Film Fantasies, and this juggernaut of a movie plays right into these childlike fantasies of the great submariner...
Film Review  May 12, 1995, by Marc Savlov
"...Starring: Denzel Washington, Gene Hackman, George Dzundza, Viggo Mortensen, James Gandolfini, Matt Craven and Jason Robards. Submarines hold a near-mythic place in the pantheon of Great American Male Film Fantasies, and this juggernaut of a movie plays right into these childlike fantasies of the great submariner ships..."

The producers of Erotique were motivated by the idea of making a compilation film of “intelligent erotica.” I suspect that's a classy way of saying “a stroke film for women.”...
Film Review  September 9, 1994, by Marjorie Baumgarten
"...The story revolves around an aspiring Latina actress who works in a phone sex office and becomes obsessed with one of her regulars. This caller is the only man willing to listen to her fantasies; she refuses to play “blonde and buxom” for the anonymous callers and she refuses to play the wordless prostitute roles that the casting agents offer her..."

Volere, Volare
Much in the same manner as Roberto Benigni's Johnny Stecchino, Nichetti's Volere, Volare joins the growing trend of Italian films that puts a Latin spin on Hollywood comedy genres of...
Film Review  April 30, 1993, by Pamela Bruce
"...Meanwhile, Finocchiaro portrays a “social worker” in the world's oldest profession who specializes in gratifying clients with special kinks: a gourmet chef who decorates her nude torso as a giant cake; nerdy, voyeuristic twin architects in tweed who pay to see her bathe and undress (ironically to the very same theme music as Alfred Hitchcock Presents); a wealthy couple who want her to “play nurse” as they “play dead,” and a cab driver from hell who makes Travis Bickle of Taxi Driver seem absolutely normal. When Nichetti's character by happenstance crashes two of Finocchiaro's kinky scenarios, her clients begin to demand that he also be included in on the whole game since his presence adds more reality to their fantasies..."

Swiss Army Man
This infamous "farting corpse" movie is all gassed up with nowhere to go
Film Review  July 1, 2016, by Marjorie Baumgarten
"...This year’s film fantasies are unlikely to come any weirder than Swiss Army Man, aka “the farting corpse movie.” Neither are there likely to be many two-handers that feature performances as crafty and compelling as those of Paul Dano and Daniel Radcliffe. You also get to see the deceased and flatulent bare ass of the onetime Harry Potter – but I’m not sure if that belongs in the plus or minus column...."

Magic Mike XXL
The boys are back in town
Film Review  July 3, 2015, by Kimberley Jones
"...It’s a simulation of specialness, a paid pantomime of arousal that pretends to be unique to whatever lap is within pelvic-thrust proximity. Magic Mike XXL continues the lie, with a flirty smile, as the rare mainstream film to cater to women’s sexual fantasies..."

This bracingly good Norwegian film is many things at once: portraits of mental illness, obsessive love, the uneasy transition from punk rock youth to “upstanding” adulthood, and fraternal competitiveness.
Film Review  June 27, 2008, by Kimberley Jones
"...They are young and brash, seductively so. In their wildest fantasies, they aren’t bestsellers – they’re cult heroes; they don’t find love with a nice girl and settle down – they fall for the damaged, desperate one who throws herself from a rooftop in a foreign capital..."

In the mind of teenager Gregory Reed (Richmond), the world is a hoochie cake and he'd best get to eating. At breakfast, during class, in the hallway, this sweet, likable...
Film Review  May 21, 1999, by Sarah Hepola
"...At breakfast, during class, in the hallway, this sweet, likable high school senior is trippin', off in a montage of MTV fantasy, where he is a real G, bumpin' booties with stacked women, delivering his spoken word rap “Bitch, Don't Be Messin' Wit' My Shit” to a swooning crowd, fending off a swarm of eager college scouts. His well-meaning parents are dogging him to “get those college applications in,” but Greg prefers the solace of his fantasies, and the mind-numbing company of his pimp-wannabe friends, June and Fish..."

Dream With the Fishes
It takes a lot of nerve to die, to leap from the bridge and commit suicide. So discovers Terry (Arquette), the timid, uptight voyeur who gets a helping hand (or...
Film Review  August 8, 1997, by Marjorie Baumgarten
"...The nerve, Terry comes to learn, is in the living, in going out with a bang and not a whimper. Nick, who has many unfulfilled fantasies and only a few weeks left to live, strikes a bargain with Terry: If Terry will bankroll a few of Nick's fantasies, Nick will return the favor by killing Terry..."

Creative Control
This whip-smart comedy received Special Jury Recognition at SXSW 2015
Film Review  March 11, 2016, by Josh Kupecki
"...Or, more to the point, David has become obsessed with Wim’s girlfriend Sophie (Alexia Rasmussen) – so much so that he re-creates her as an avatar in the virtual world of Augmenta. As he succumbs to his virtual fantasies, his life falls apart around him...."

Don Jon
Joseph Gordon-Levitt stars as a guy who prefers porn to his girlfriend Scarlet Johansson in this film which also he wrote and directed.
Film Review  September 27, 2013, by Marjorie Baumgarten
"...A repeated shot of a wadded tissue tossed into a trash can seems to underscore that count. But when Jon suddenly falls hard for 10+ Jersey girl Barbara (Johannson), there seems to be a chance that real life might supersede his online fantasies..."

Blue Jasmine
Class difference and life's shambles are on Woody Allen's mind as he leads Cate Blanchett through a perfectly calibrated performance as a Park Avenue matron brought low by modern finance.
Film Review  August 9, 2013, by Marjorie Baumgarten
"...In particular, Jasmine has taken a strong dislike to all the men in Ginger’s life, from her loutish ex-husband (Clay, in a surprisingly unaffected performance) and her current dolt of a boyfriend (Cannavale) to her fling with a deceptive no-goodnik (C.K.). All the while, Jasmine ranges between unrealistic fantasies and harsh reality checks..."

These four stories of unabashed sexual intimacy are often funny, sometimes poignant, always unconventional and playfully erotic.
Film Review  February 8, 2013, by Marjorie Baumgarten
"...The mood turns comic in the third short, “Tampa,” which stars Jose Villarreal as a gay man whose fantasies take over when he fails to hustle a sex partner at a beautifully appointed public restroom. Each character that steps up to the urinal grows more outrageous than the last until the facility is populated by a madcap array of cultural figures who might have stepped off the Sgt..."

Anthony Hopkins and Helen Mirren keep things interesting but there's more here about the marriage and partnership of Hitchcock and Alma Reville rather than a good backstage look at the making of Psycho.
Film Review  December 7, 2012, by Marjorie Baumgarten
"...Hitchcock is at its best when revealing such inside-Hollywood moments as the filmmaker whipping out his own checkbook to finance Psycho when the studio would not. But the lovelorn Hitchcock of this film’s fantasies would be better off left on the cutting-room floor...."

God Bless America
Bobcat Goldthwait wrote and directed this seething comedy, which he describes as a "violent movie about kindness."
Film Review  June 1, 2012, by Marjorie Baumgarten
"...Next, his doctor informs him that he has a terminal disease. Frank's fantasies of murder turn real as he embarks on a one-man killing spree, that is until he's joined by teenage Roxy (Barr), who is even more bloodthirsty than he..."

The Salt of Life
This Italian import by the director of Mid-August Lunch addresses the concerns of aging men who realize they are no longer attractive to young women.
Film Review  April 6, 2012, by Marjorie Baumgarten
"...We can tell Giovanni is pleasantly tripped out because he does yet more original things, like sitting down in the middle of traffic and wading in a public fountain. These acts lead him to his lustful fantasy conclusion, set to the tune of the Pixies’ “Here Comes Your Man.” So hyperbolic are his fantasies that it’s clear that not only will they never come true, but they never were true to begin with..."

The Darkest Hour
Five young people lead the advance against an alien attack in Moscow.
Film Review  December 30, 2011, by Marc Savlov
"...The Darkest Hour, an alien-invasion film set in Moscow and produced by the same team that gave us the infinitely superior Russian horror fantasies Night Watch and Day Watch may not be Gorak's personal darkest hour, but it's certainly not his finest, either. Saddled with a truly weak script from Jon Spaihts (who has also penned Ridley Scott's pending, highly anticipated Prometheus), the story involves invisible aliens who feed on electricity and kill off humanity here, there, and everywhere by turning them to ash via unimpressive, whiplike CGI weaponry..."

Bong Joon-ho, the South Korean director of The Host, is back with an exquisitely rendered murder mystery fraught with psychological suspense.
Film Review  March 26, 2010, by Marjorie Baumgarten
"...Despite having completed only a few feature films, South Korean filmmaker Bong is proving himself to be an international master. Though with Mother, he strays from the popular horror fantasies on view in 2006’s The Host, the filmmaker retains a rare ability to straddle several narrative tones simultaneously, without compromising or diluting any of them..."

It's Complicated
Far from complicated, this rom-com starring Meryl Streep, Alec Baldwin, and Steve Martin is a wish-fulfillment fantasy for women of a certain age.
Film Review  December 25, 2009, by Marjorie Baumgarten
"...The thing about It’s Complicated is that it’s not … complicated. Writer-director Meyers has come to specialize in making wish-fulfillment fantasies for middle-aged women (The Parent Trap, What Women Want, Something’s Gotta Give, The Holiday) in which smart, professional, single, Caucasian women of a certain age have wonderful careers, picture-perfect homes, and love affairs aplenty..."

Big Man Japan
Midnight madness doesn't begin to categorize this bizarre Japanese superhero/monster movie.
Film Review  April 25, 2008, by Marjorie Baumgarten
"...Midnight madness doesn't begin to describe this strange Japanese import. A popular favorite at numerous festivals (including last year's Fantastic Fest in Austin), the film is a modern superhero story that combines elements from Japanese monster movies, mockumentaries, comedies, and downright demented CGI fantasies..."

Look Both Ways
This indie ensemble film from Australia examines big issues such as life and death but it's really at its best when probing smaller interactions.
Film Review  June 30, 2006, by Brian Clark
"...Problem is, Look Both Ways isn’t as artfully done as either aforementioned film, and Watt has little to say that hasn’t been said better before. The film focuses on Meryl (Clarke), a single, slightly neurotic artist who constantly imagines her own death in a series of playful, animated fantasies..."

The Singing Detective
Robert Downey Jr. plays Dennis Potter's afflicted writer, who imagines a film noir musical to escape his misery.
Film Review  December 5, 2003, by Marjorie Baumgarten
"...The film’s casting is extraordinary, and there is something extra-narratively appropriate about seeing the post-rehab Downey playing the story’s titular writer, who is plagued by a painful and debilitating skin disease that turns all his flesh into a grotesque coat of oozing scales. The disease makes any physical contact with others excruciating, while the writer’s brain dances wildly among fantasies and hallucinations in which he remembers aspects of his childhood, inserts himself into the storylines of his pulp detective novels, and retreats into the solace of old songs from the Fifties..."

After watching Todd Graff’s sunshiny ode to all things musical and teenaged and sexually tormented, I began to develop serious doubts as to whether or not the sun would, indeed,...

Film Review  August 15, 2003, by Marc Savlov
"...Camp is exactly the sort of film that drives down Broadway ticket sales, if only because people fear the reality may ape the fantasy. Fantasies like this should be asphyxiated at birth..."

Conspirators of Pleasure
Not reviewed at press time. This 1996 film by the Czech director and madman Jan Svankmajer (Faust), who is better known for his animation, is a mostly live-action and mostly...
Film Review  August 25, 2000, by Marjorie Baumgarten
"...Not reviewed at press time. This 1996 film by the Czech director and madman Jan Svankmajer (Faust), who is better known for his animation, is a mostly live-action and mostly silent exploration of the secret erotic fantasies of some ordinary Prague citizens..."

Luminous Motion
It's been 17 years since Bette Gordon made her last feature film Variety, a fascinating work that, among other things, had the temerity to present women as the inventors of...
Film Review  July 7, 2000, by Marjorie Baumgarten
"...Starring: Paz De La Huerta, James Berland, Jamey Sheridan, Terry Kinney, Deborah Kara Unger and Eric Lloyd. It's been 17 years since Bette Gordon made her last feature film Variety, a fascinating work that, among other things, had the temerity to present women as the inventors of their own pornographic fantasies..."

Same Old Song
Sadly, the latest film by Alain Resnais, the great French filmmaker responsible for such seminal classics as Hiroshima, Mon Amour and Last Year at Marienbad, is nothing but a trifle....
Film Review  December 3, 1999, by Marjorie Baumgarten
"...They generally behave with the same nebbishy qualities they evidenced before -- not at all like soloists in the spotlight in a musical comedy. If these musical moments are meant to be the projections of their inner fantasies, they are as flaccid and confined as their “real” lives..."

Light It Up
Judd Nelson is finally back to his old Breakfast Club stomping ground, but this time around there's guns, a wounded cop, and a media circus to match the angst roiling...
Film Review  November 12, 1999, by Marc Savlov
"...Actually, Bolotin's film matches up the old John Hughes classic with 1984's Toy Soldiers to make a decent jab at the system, and elicits fewer accidental guffaws than you might imagine. To say Light It Up panders to teenage kids' fantasies of bustin' loose in home room understates the case, and to say that it also grovels to the general air of high school paranoia (Littleton, Colorado, et al.) is equally obvious..."

East Palace, West Palace
Not reviewed at press time. Gay men cruising in a public park -- the sight would be commonplace were it not in Beijing. This film was shot clandestinely and smuggled...
Film Review  January 22, 1999, by Marjorie Baumgarten
"...During a routine roundup, A-Lan, a writer, finds himself drawn to the men in uniforms. The film embarks on a two-man study in sadomasochistic fantasies and the perversion of power -- the powerless man desiring the love of his tormentor..."

Ringmaster Jerry Springer is the kind of guy who gives even the circus a bad name. With the popularity of his syndicated TV talk show and best-selling videotapes, this self-invented...

Film Review  November 27, 1998, by Marjorie Baumgarten
"...This move to the big screen puts the focus on two subsets of guests: one, the white trailer-trash foursome who come to L.A. to appear in the “You Did What With Your Stepdaddy?” segment; and the other, the black ghetto gals and their man who can't keep his pants zipped who come for the segment devoted to “My Traitor Girlfriends.” Ringmaster envisions a world in which the masses have abandoned their unfulfilled fantasies of becoming movie stars and instead dream of becoming guests on Jerry's show..."

Let's Talk About Sex
The next time someone suggests, “Let's talk about sex,” politely decline. It was someone's bright marketing idea to put the word “sex” in this movie's title, but honestly, if that's...

Film Review  September 11, 1998, by Marjorie Baumgarten
"...All three of the women are familiar stereotypes: Jazz, the unfulfilled professional who has trouble committing herself to the good man who loves her; Michelle, who has intimacy problems and dates men half her age; and Lena, whose stunning good looks are no protection against self-esteem issues that manifest themselves by repeatedly getting involved with the wrong men. The audition tape is a documentary-style, gal-in-the-street montage of women delivering one-liners and quips about sex and dating in the Nineties, discussing their likes and dislikes, their fantasies and their fetishes..."

O Amor Natural
Recently unearthed erotic poetry of Carlos Drummond de Andrade is used by the filmmaker as an opening gambit for frank conversations about love and sex with random Brazilians.
Film Review  August 7, 1998, by Russell Smith
"...Footage of sexy young Brazilians unabashedly strutting their stuff on the streets and beaches of Rio embellishes Drummond's words with concrete images and places them in the context of a timeless erotic force that is the engine of not only his art but of the entire natural world. Granted, there's some shock value in hearing a petite octogenarian talk about her fantasies of borderline S&M sex (“The images are violent because I'm violent … none of that softy stuff”)..."

Hooked up to a lie detector machine in a darkened police interrogation room is Wayland (Roth), the chief suspect in the grisly murder of a prostitute. (Her body was hacked...
Film Review  April 17, 1998, by Marjorie Baumgarten
"...While the plot bounces about in needless convolutions that create the illusion of things being more complicated than they are, the visual handiwork is a luau of expressionistic extremism. Deceiver presents an escalating onslaught of violently skewed angles, dark shadows, wild 360-degree camera moves (the camerawork is by Bill Butler of Deliverance and One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest), flashbacks/fantasies and split screen visions, and precious affections such as having every phone in the movie inexplicably be an old rotary-dial model..."

The Players Club
Grab those hankies and bottomless popcorn tubs, fellas; there's a new entry in the burgeoning field of pastie-whirling stripper flicks cum social commentaries. Pardon me if I sound a tad...
Film Review  April 17, 1998, by Russell Smith
"...hardcore rapper Ice Cube. It's just that these movies (lump TPC in with the likes of Striptease and Showgirls) are so blatantly intended as virtual lap dances for guys who like their onanistic fantasies served with Skittles rather than buffalo wings that any other response would seem naïve..."

Suite Sixteen
Suite 16 starts off promisingly. A young, handsome male hustler named Chris (Kamerling) seduces older women on the French Riviera and then robs them when they're most vulnerable. When his...
Film Review  September 6, 1996, by Marjorie Baumgarten
"...An odd magnetism immediately connects the two men, each of whom possesses what the other one covets. Seducing Chris by providing him with drugs, prostitutes, and promises of financial security, Glover has the young man enact all his frustrated sexual fantasies which culminate with the proxy murder of a woman..."

The Lovers
Those viewers only familiar with the recent action fantasies of prolific Hong Kong director/producer Tsui Hark may be slightly taken aback by this 1995 romantic epic of his, which is...
Film Review  June 30, 1995, by Joey O'Bryan
"...Starring: Charlie Young, Nicky Wu, Carrie Ng and Kam Kong. Those viewers only familiar with the recent action fantasies of prolific Hong Kong director/producer Tsui Hark may be slightly taken aback by this 1995 romantic epic of his, which is an elegant retelling of the classic Chinese tale Liang Shanbo and Zhu Yingtai..."

A Chinese Odyssey Part One: Pandora's Box
Wildly ambitious and structurally frustrating, yet quite funny and entertaining, Jeff Lau's first film since the disappointing Chow Yun Fat vehicle Treasure Hunt is also his best since his absurd...
Film Review  May 19, 1995, by Joey O'Bryan
"...Outrageous highlights include a giant spider monster that pulls the Joker's tooth, an incredible Fantastic Voyage-styled battle inside an opponent's body "Don't step on my intestines!" cries the King Bull), hilariously repeated time-travel attempts, and the most brutal penis abuse ever played for laughs. This is one of the wildest fantasies that the Hong Kong cinema has produced recently, and also marks a solid comeback for director Lau, as well as yet another hit for superstar Chow..."

The Three Swordsmen
Held up for almost a year in Hong Kong, due mainly to the current unpopularity of period chopsocky fantasies, this decent, if wholly unremarkable, action picture is finally seeing the...
Film Review  January 13, 1995, by Joey O'Bryan
"...Starring: Andy Lau, Bridget Lin and Tusi Kam Kong. Held up for almost a year in Hong Kong, due mainly to the current unpopularity of period chopsocky fantasies, this decent, if wholly unremarkable, action picture is finally seeing the light of day in this country..."

The New Age
In a juxtaposition reminiscent of Spike Lee's Do the Right Thing, Michael Tolkin's latest film poses two philosophies. Spiritual leader Jean Levy (Bauchau) advises, “Live with the question,” while agent-turned-entrepreneur...
Film Review  December 9, 1994, by Alison Macor
"...These characters are superficial, but they know they are. Discussing their mutual death fantasies during one of many moments of self-indulgent despair, Peter says to Katherine, “Bet you know what you're gonna wear.” Of course she does (a summery little floral number), but at least she can laugh at herself..."

Dialogues With Madwomen
Part testimonial document, part preventive talisman, and part social indictment, Dialogues with Madwomen gives voice to seven articulate women telling their tales of madness and institutionalization. Director Light (who, with...
Film Review  May 13, 1994, by Marjorie Baumgarten
"...Also distinguishing this film is its departure from conventional documentary filmmaking through its incorporation of a variety of film elements. Intercut with the testimonies is a panoply of other footage -- archival material, home movies, artwork, and contemporary recreations of their experiences, delusions, and fantasies..."

Boys' Shorts: The New Queer Cinema
Six better-than-average short works by filmmakers from Australia, Canada, England and the U.S. are showcased here, all sharing the common denominator of concern about what it means to be gay...
Film Review  February 18, 1994, by Pamela Bruce
"...The horror of hatred and the unknown are evoked through expressionistic, stunning black-and-white cinematography in both Cummins's “Resonance” and Newby's “Relax.” More a statement than a narrative, Cummins's film deals with the subject of gay-bashing with a choreography conceived in violence, yet a trajectory that systematically blurs the fine line between macho posturing and erotic expression. Stylistically reminiscent of David Lynch's Eraserhead and Elephant Man, Newby's work is infused with surrealistic, frightening fantasies of a young man as he waits for the results of his HIV test over a period of about two weeks..."

Iron Will
Hold on to your balaclavas! This movie is one heckuva dogsled ride. Using a tried, true and traditional Disney formula, Iron Will follows a turn-of-the-century, North Dakota farm boy on...
Film Review  January 14, 1994, by Hollis Chacona
"...It is the quest for a dream against odds of age, experience and ruthless enemies. It is the stuff of which children's fantasies are made..."

Filters. I don't normally think about filters as much as I did while watching this movie. If someone had spent half as much time thinking about the characters in Airborne...
Film Review  September 24, 1993, by Marjorie Baumgarten
"...But plot is not what Airborne is trying to do. It's a thin excuse for action: hockey fights, surf fantasies, fist fights, skating matches, what have you..."

All of you who have at one time nursed the notion that Joe Piscopo may be some sort of lower life form are proven correct in this silly waste of...

Film Review  May 7, 1993, by Marc Savlov
"...Aging “G.I. Joe” Norris stars as himself, the object of a teenage asthmatic's fantasies (get your mind out of the gutter, it's not nearly as interesting as that), and the once-brilliant Mako is Pat Morita/Obi Wan Kenobi to Brandis's Ralph Macchio/Luke Skywalker..."

Street Knight
Actioners are basically revenge fantasies acted out in different narrative configurations. The genre is basically dominated by wooden leading men. Unfortunately, this has led scores of producers to star any...

Film Review  March 19, 1993, by Louis Black
"...Starring: Jeff Speakman. Actioners are basically revenge fantasies acted out in different narrative configurations..."

Coming from the director who gave us 48 HRS., The Warriors, and The Long Riders, as well as the combined producing talents behind the Back to the Future and Alien...
Film Review  January 8, 1993, by Marc Savlov
"...Hill has obviously tried to make a hip, ultra-violent actioneer, but what he ends up with is more a choppy, ultimately boring pastiche involving endless shots of automatic weapons fire and peoples' legs pumping furiously as they scramble to avoid the ricochets. Bills Sadler and Paxton are more or less believable as the two Treasure of Sierra Madre-addled hicks, but T and Cube seem to do nothing so much as act out a pair of tedious gansta-rap fantasies onscreen..."

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