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    Cuts help exotic settings play their role

    February 7, 2012, 8:15 am
    From "Moneyball's" baseball backrooms and "The Artist's" 1920s Hollywood, to "The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo's" wintry Swedish landscapes and "The Descendants's" sunny Hawaiian vistas, and finally, to the fantastical "Hugo," set in a 1930s Parisian train station, the Oscar nominees for film editing have distinctive settings that not only add flavor to the stories but also compete with characters for the audience's attention.

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