David Gordon Green’s Manglehorn stars Al Pacino as an ex-con attempting to start over as a locksmith in a small town.
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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 coveted 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.The five American films in competition include Al Pacino as an ex-con turned locksmith in David Gordon Green's "Manglehorn", and Ramin Bahrani's drama "99 Homes" about a father trying to recover his house after an eviction.Other hotly-awaited flicks include Barry Levinson's "The Humbling", which stars Pacino as a suicidal actor who has an affair with a much younger lesbian, as well as "The Sound and the Fury" by American heartthrob James Franco, who will be in Venice to pick up an innovation in cinema award.
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