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Why are we so obsessed with films about the second world war?
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Soundtracks of my tears: how movie music can set a mood and sum up an era
John Keenan: Whether it's Chuck Berry in Pulp Fiction or Coldplay in Linklater's Boyhood, film soundtracks have the power to live long in the memory. So which movie mix does it for you?
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Michael Fassbender: five best moments
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