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English director Pamela Gordon's Moscow Siege (2003, in Russian with subtitles) is a riveting look at the military standoff between Russian special forces and Chechen rebels who seized a Moscow theater and held the audience of 900 hostage in 2002. Incorporating interviews with survivors, news footage, and eerie material shot by the rebels, the film conveys a harrowing sense of breakdown. Livia Gyarmathy's slight but affectionate Ballroom Dancing (2003, in Hungarian with subtitles) uses a dance recital in a Hungarian hamlet as a window onto the lives of the villagers. 90 min.

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