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'My Atomic Aunt' and other docs bring foreign cultures to American audiences

Echoes from foreign lands have been edging deeper into the American imagination. Terrorism, financial meltdowns, wars and refugees spin out in real-time news, recurring glimpses of ancient transgressions that at once divide and bind us. But hand-held cameras, lap-top editing and video streaming...
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