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BERLIN -- The 55th Berlin International Film Festival kicked off Thursday with traffic jams, red-carpet glitz and glamor and long lines for accreditation to its sister industry shindig, the European Film Market. A wet and chilly night didn't stop Berlin fans from coming out to see the parade of film celebrities that turned up for the festival's opener, anthropological thriller Man to Man, the English-language debut of French helmer Regis Wargnier, which stars Kristin Scott Thomas and Joseph Fiennes. The Man to Man cast made the trip to Berlin and were joined in the audience by fellow British actors Natasha Richardson and Tilda Swinton, both of whom have films appearing in competition here -- Richardson in David Mackenzie's Asylum and Swinton in Mike Mills' Thumbsucker.


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