'Changeling'

In his transition from macho movie icon to one of the most prolific directors working today, <b>Clint Eastwood</b> has become something of a de facto prestige-picture poster boy, er, elder statesman.<br>
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With his latest effort, "<b>Changeling</b>," Eastwood again tackles a nuanced drama that was very well received at its Cannes Film Festival debut this Spring. The period mystery stars <b>Angelina Jolie</b> (pictured) as the grieving mother of a kidnapped son who seems a little off when he is returned home. This year's best supporting actress contender and critical darling Amy Ryan ("Gone Baby Gone") also appears briefly.

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In his transition from macho movie icon to one of the most prolific directors working today, Clint Eastwood has become something of a de facto prestige-picture poster boy, er, elder statesman.

With his latest effort, "Changeling," Eastwood again tackles a nuanced drama that was very well received at its Cannes Film Festival debut this Spring. The period mystery stars Angelina Jolie (pictured) as the grieving mother of a kidnapped son who seems a little off when he is returned home. This year's best supporting actress contender and critical darling Amy Ryan ("Gone Baby Gone") also appears briefly.

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