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Provocative 'War' skillfully takes aim

By Ty Burr
Globe Staff / September 16, 2005

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''Lord of War," Andrew Niccol's gunrunning drama, literally starts off with a bang. The film's opening credits, scored to Buffalo Springfield's ''For What It's Worth," are shot from the point of view of a bullet as it makes its way from a Russian factory to a loading dock, to another loading dock, to a truck heading into the jungle, to ... (Full article: 809 words)

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