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Welles with a nim­ble nar­ra­tive that com­bines a fas­ci­nat­ing as­sem­blage of clips from his films; rare stage footage; ex­ten­sive rem­i­nis­cences and ob­ser­va­tions from fam­ily, friends, crit­ics, lovers, and ad­mir­ing col­leagues; and plenty of old tele­vi­sion in­ter­views with the great man him­self. Rated PG-13. 94 min­utes. Cen­ter for Con­tem­po­rary Arts, Santa Fe. ( Jonathan Richards) See re­view, Page 36. ONCE UPON A TIME IN AMER­ICA Ser­gio Leone’s mag­num opus, cut by nearly half its length for its orig­i­nal U.S. re­lease, has been re­stored to its for­mer glory with an ad­di­tional 22 min­utes of never-be­fore-seen footage. The story of David “Noo­dles” Aaron­son (Robert De Niro) and his part­ner­ship with Max Ber­cov­icz (James Woods), Jewish boot­leg­gers in New York dur­ing the Pro­hi­bi­tion years, is told through flash­backs. Noo­dles has un­ful­filled as­pi­ra­tions and a ro­man­tic heart, but the lure and ex­cite­ment of easy money drive him to a life of vi­o­lence. It’s a won­der­ful evo­ca­tion of times past with lav­ish, au­then­tic pe­riod sets; a mem­o­rable En­nio Mor­ri­cone score; and a stel­lar cast. Rated R. 251 min­utes. The Screen, Santa Fe. (Michael Abatemarco) See Screen Gems, Page 34. PRE­DES­TI­NA­TION Con­stric­tions of time and gen­der roles are shat­tered in this stylishly shot bit of sci-fi noir, which is based on a Robert A. Hein­lein short story. Ethan Hawke plays a spe­cial agent tasked with go­ing back

Win­some, lose some: Liam Nee­son and Mag­gie Grace in

at Re­gal Sta­dium 14 in Santa Fe and Dream­Catcher in Es­pañola

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