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Thursday, 7 November, 2002, 10:25 GMT
London Film Festival: Your views
Dirty Pretty Things
Dirty Pretty Things opened the film festival
The 2002 London Film Festival began on 6 November, promising two weeks worth of films from more than 48 countries.

The festival kicked off with the British thriller Dirty Pretty Things, directed by Stephen Frears, and ends with another British production, The Heart Of Me.

Other highlights of the two-week event include Michael Moore's documentary Bowling For Columbine and Eminem's acting debut in 8 Mile.

But what do you think?

Have you been to this year's Film Festival? What did you see? And how do you rate this year's line-up of films?

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