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Review: Toronto premiere of new Schnitzler adaptation is funny, if tame
Toronto - Often controversial and scandalous in their day, the works of Austrian novelist and playwright Arthur Schnitzler may seem tame and dated, even innocent, to a modern audience. That doesn't mean they're not fun to watch, though.
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