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The 65th Berlin Film Festival opened Thursday with Oscar winner Juliette Binoche starring as an early 20th-century Arctic explorer in Isabel Coixet's period drama "Nobody Wants the Night".Japan's Rinko Kikuchi, who was nominated for an Academy Award for her work in the 2006 drama "Babel," plays Allaka.It will be the seventh film Coixet has presented at the Berlinale, as the event is known, following features including "My Life Without Me" in 2003 and "Elegy," her 2008 adaptation of a Philip Roth novel starring Penelope Cruz and Ben Kingsley.Coixet is only the second woman to hold the festival's coveted opening-night spot and one of three female directors in competition at the Berlinale, Europe's first major film festival of the year. U.S. TV director Andrew Haigh will join the race with the surreal drama "45 Years," starring Charlotte Rampling as a woman who sees her time-tested marriage start to unravel.
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