There was no shortage of visually stunning works at the 2000 New York Film Festival, and experimentation was in healthy supply. From the handheld, digital video rawness of September 22 opening film Dancer in the Dark to the magical leaps and vistas of October 9's closing night attraction Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon, the screens at Lincoln Center were alive with cinema's new millennial possibilities. There were only a few American films in the festival, but they were distinguished. David ...

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