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Certainly the strangest entry in the case files of Film 2011-12 is The Case of the Delayed, Chopped, Restored, and Overlooked Masterpiece. Kenneth Lonergan’s long-awaited follow-up to You Can Count on Me looked like ti would be released as early as 2007, but a long and extended wrangling (and legal battle) between Lonergan and Fox Searchlight led to a long delay for the film. Eventually Martin Scorsese and his longtime editing partner Thelma Schoonmaker helped cut a 150 minute version, which was released in theaters last year to mixed reviews. By the time Lonergan’s preferred three-hour cut was relased (on »

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