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It has Al Pacino and zombie girlfriends, Owen Wilson and Lars von Trier.Revered veteran Al Pacino stars in two Venice films, handily screening on the same day and both infused with bittersweet longing.In "Gattaca" director Niccol's "Good Kill," Hawke plays a drone operator who grows disillusioned with remote warfare.Like its rival Cannes, the Venice film fest embraces actors and directors who are adventurous, unpredictable or downright ornery. This year the festival is honoring James Franco, presenting the prolific American actor-director with the heroically titled "Glory to the Filmmaker Prize". Other directors sure to provoke include Abel Ferrara, competing for the Golden Lion with "Pasolini," a film about the outrageous life and violent death of Italian director Pier Paolo Pasolini, starring Willem Dafoe.
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