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Lowdown: Joshua Oppenheimer's film has been a long-running critical phenomenon in the UK (it topped the prestigious Sight & Sound poll in December), and the distributor has ensured that voters have had every opportunity to see it, whether via screening or screener. That, and it's pretty damn great.