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Paul Thomas Anderson's The Master has sparked both buzz and controversy on the festival circuit. The movie recently played at both the Toronto and Venice film festivals, the latter of which yanked the Golden Lion award from the movie because of new festival rules that bar one film from snagging more than two major awards. Stars Joaquin Phoenix and Phillip Seymour Hoffman were awarded with the Coppa Volpi prize for best actors at Venice. The drama, which also stars Amy Adams and Jesse Plemons, follows a charismatic man who arrives home from World War II and forms a faith-based

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