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Giovanna Mezzogiorno (left) and Benjamin Bratt on the set filming "Love in the Time of Cholera", in Cartagena, Colombia. (The Boston Globe) The Boston Globe

On location, out on a limb

By Indira A.R. Lakshmanan
Globe Staff / December 10, 2006

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CARTAGENA , Colombia -- He made Hugh Grant a floppy-haired trans-Atlantic star and teenage Harry Potter a screen hero. Now British director Mike Newell faces the greatest challenge of his career: bringing a masterwork of 20th-century Latin American fiction to Hollywood from a land better known for drugs and guerrillas. Newell just wrapped filming for "Love in the Time of ... (Full article: 1448 words)

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