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Hollywood greats Al Pacino, Ethan Hawke and Jennifer Aniston are set to dazzle this year's Venice Film Festival, which opens Wednesday with tales of war and the economic crisis offset by beach parties and gondola jaunts.In the first of 20 flicks vying for the Golden Lion prize, Keaton stars as a washed-up actor, once famous for playing a superhero, who is now struggling to put on a Broadway play in a bid to regain his former glory.Among them is "Good Kill" by New Zealand director Andrew Niccol – who wrote "The Truman Show" – in which Hawke stars as a drone operator in Afghanistan.The five U.S. films in competition include David Gordon Green's "Manglehorn," in which Al Pacino plays an ex-con turned locksmith, and Ramin Bahrani's drama "99 Homes," about a father trying to recover his house after an eviction.
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