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‘Unbroken’ leads drumbeat of fall films

  • This image released by Sony Pictures Classics shows Miles Teller, left, and J.K. Simmons in a scene from "Whiplash." (AP Photo/Sony Pictures Classics, Daniel McFadden)

    This image released by Sony Pictures Classics shows Miles Teller, left, and J.K. Simmons in a scene from "Whiplash." (AP Photo/Sony Pictures Classics, Daniel McFadden)

  • This image released by Sony Pictures Classics shows Miles Teller, left, and J.K. Simmons in a scene from "Whiplash." (AP Photo/Sony Pictures Classics, Daniel McFadden)

    This image released by Sony Pictures Classics shows Miles Teller, left, and J.K. Simmons in a scene from "Whiplash." (AP Photo/Sony Pictures Classics, Daniel McFadden)

  • This image released by Columbia Pictures shows Brad Pitt, right, and Xavier Samuel in a scene from "Fury." (AP Photo/Columbia Pictures - Sony, Giles Keyte)

    This image released by Columbia Pictures shows Brad Pitt, right, and Xavier Samuel in a scene from "Fury." (AP Photo/Columbia Pictures - Sony, Giles Keyte)

  • This image released by Columbia Pictures shows Brad Pitt, right, and Xavier Samuel in a scene from "Fury." (AP Photo/Columbia Pictures - Sony, Giles Keyte)

    This image released by Columbia Pictures shows Brad Pitt, right, and Xavier Samuel in a scene from "Fury." (AP Photo/Columbia Pictures - Sony, Giles Keyte)

  • This image released by 20th Century Fox shows, from left, Ben Affleck, Lisa Barnes and David Clennon in a scene from "Gone Girl." The film, based on the best-selling novel, will release on Oct. 3. (AP Photo/20th Century Fox, Merrick Morton)

    This image released by 20th Century Fox shows, from left, Ben Affleck, Lisa Barnes and David Clennon in a scene from "Gone Girl." The film, based on the best-selling novel, will release on Oct. 3. (AP Photo/20th Century Fox, Merrick Morton)

  • This image released by 20th Century Fox shows, from left, Ben Affleck, Lisa Barnes and David Clennon in a scene from "Gone Girl." The film, based on the best-selling novel, will release on Oct. 3. (AP Photo/20th Century Fox, Merrick Morton)

    This image released by 20th Century Fox shows, from left, Ben Affleck, Lisa Barnes and David Clennon in a scene from "Gone Girl." The film, based on the best-selling novel, will release on Oct. 3. (AP Photo/20th Century Fox, Merrick Morton)

  • This image released by Sony Pictures Classics shows Steve Carell, left, and Channing Tatum in a scene from "Foxcatcher." The film, based on Olympic wrestler Mark Schultz,  will be released on Nov. 14, 2014. (AP Photo/Sony Pictures Classics, Scott Garfield)

    This image released by Sony Pictures Classics shows Steve Carell, left, and Channing Tatum in a scene from "Foxcatcher." The film, based on Olympic wrestler Mark Schultz, will be released on Nov. 14, 2014. (AP Photo/Sony Pictures Classics, Scott Garfield)

  • This image released by Sony Pictures Classics shows Steve Carell, left, and Channing Tatum in a scene from "Foxcatcher." The film, based on Olympic wrestler Mark Schultz,  will be released on Nov. 14, 2014. (AP Photo/Sony Pictures Classics, Scott Garfield)

    This image released by Sony Pictures Classics shows Steve Carell, left, and Channing Tatum in a scene from "Foxcatcher." The film, based on Olympic wrestler Mark Schultz, will be released on Nov. 14, 2014. (AP Photo/Sony Pictures Classics, Scott Garfield)

  • This image released by Universal Pictures shows Jim Carrey, left, and Jeff Daniels in a scene from "Dumb and Dumber To." The comedy, a sequel to "Dumb and Dumber," will be released on Nov. 14. (AP Photo/Universal Pictures, Hopper Stone)

    This image released by Universal Pictures shows Jim Carrey, left, and Jeff Daniels in a scene from "Dumb and Dumber To." The comedy, a sequel to "Dumb and Dumber," will be released on Nov. 14. (AP Photo/Universal Pictures, Hopper Stone)

  • This image released by Universal Pictures shows Jim Carrey, left, and Jeff Daniels in a scene from "Dumb and Dumber To." The comedy, a sequel to "Dumb and Dumber," will be released on Nov. 14. (AP Photo/Universal Pictures, Hopper Stone)

    This image released by Universal Pictures shows Jim Carrey, left, and Jeff Daniels in a scene from "Dumb and Dumber To." The comedy, a sequel to "Dumb and Dumber," will be released on Nov. 14. (AP Photo/Universal Pictures, Hopper Stone)

  • This image released by Fox Searchlight Pictures shows Michael Keaton, left, and Edward Norton in a scene from "Birdman." (AP Photo/Fox Searchlight Pictures)

    This image released by Fox Searchlight Pictures shows Michael Keaton, left, and Edward Norton in a scene from "Birdman." (AP Photo/Fox Searchlight Pictures)

  • This image released by Fox Searchlight Pictures shows Michael Keaton, left, and Edward Norton in a scene from "Birdman." (AP Photo/Fox Searchlight Pictures)

    This image released by Fox Searchlight Pictures shows Michael Keaton, left, and Edward Norton in a scene from "Birdman." (AP Photo/Fox Searchlight Pictures)

  • This image released by Paramount Pictures shows Matthew McConaughey in a scene from "Interstellar." (AP Photo/Paramount Pictures, Melinda Sue Gordon)

    This image released by Paramount Pictures shows Matthew McConaughey in a scene from "Interstellar." (AP Photo/Paramount Pictures, Melinda Sue Gordon)

  • This image released by Paramount Pictures shows Matthew McConaughey in a scene from "Interstellar." (AP Photo/Paramount Pictures, Melinda Sue Gordon)

    This image released by Paramount Pictures shows Matthew McConaughey in a scene from "Interstellar." (AP Photo/Paramount Pictures, Melinda Sue Gordon)

  • This image released by Paramount Pictures shows, standing from left, Tessa Thompson, Omar Dorsey, Colman Domingo, David Oyelowo as Martin Luther King, Jr., André Holland, Corey Reynolds and Lorraine Toussaint in a scene from "Selma." (AP Photo/Paramount Pictures, Atsushi Nishijima)

    This image released by Paramount Pictures shows, standing from left, Tessa Thompson, Omar Dorsey, Colman Domingo, David Oyelowo as Martin Luther King, Jr., André Holland, Corey Reynolds and Lorraine Toussaint in a scene from "Selma." (AP Photo/Paramount Pictures, Atsushi Nishijima)

  • This image released by Paramount Pictures shows, standing from left, Tessa Thompson, Omar Dorsey, Colman Domingo, David Oyelowo as Martin Luther King, Jr., André Holland, Corey Reynolds and Lorraine Toussaint in a scene from "Selma." (AP Photo/Paramount Pictures, Atsushi Nishijima)

    This image released by Paramount Pictures shows, standing from left, Tessa Thompson, Omar Dorsey, Colman Domingo, David Oyelowo as Martin Luther King, Jr., André Holland, Corey Reynolds and Lorraine Toussaint in a scene from "Selma." (AP Photo/Paramount Pictures, Atsushi Nishijima)

  • This image released by Lionsgate shows Philip Seymour Hoffman, left, and Julianne Moore in a scene from "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1," set for release on Nov. 21. (AP Photo/Lionsgate, Murray Close)

    This image released by Lionsgate shows Philip Seymour Hoffman, left, and Julianne Moore in a scene from "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1," set for release on Nov. 21. (AP Photo/Lionsgate, Murray Close)

  • This image released by Lionsgate shows Philip Seymour Hoffman, left, and Julianne Moore in a scene from "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1," set for release on Nov. 21. (AP Photo/Lionsgate, Murray Close)

    This image released by Lionsgate shows Philip Seymour Hoffman, left, and Julianne Moore in a scene from "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1," set for release on Nov. 21. (AP Photo/Lionsgate, Murray Close)

  • This image released by Columbis Pictures shows Rose Byrne, left, and Quvenzhané Wallis in a scene from "Annie." (AP Photo/Columbia Pictures - Sony, Barry Wetcher)

    This image released by Columbis Pictures shows Rose Byrne, left, and Quvenzhané Wallis in a scene from "Annie." (AP Photo/Columbia Pictures - Sony, Barry Wetcher)

  • This image released by Columbis Pictures shows Rose Byrne, left, and Quvenzhané Wallis in a scene from "Annie." (AP Photo/Columbia Pictures - Sony, Barry Wetcher)

    This image released by Columbis Pictures shows Rose Byrne, left, and Quvenzhané Wallis in a scene from "Annie." (AP Photo/Columbia Pictures - Sony, Barry Wetcher)

  • This image released by Columbia Pictures shows James Franco, left, and Seth Rogen in "The Interview." The comedy is set for release in 2014 on Christmas Day. (AP Photo/Columbia Pictures, Sony, Ed Araquel)

    This image released by Columbia Pictures shows James Franco, left, and Seth Rogen in "The Interview." The comedy is set for release in 2014 on Christmas Day. (AP Photo/Columbia Pictures, Sony, Ed Araquel)

  • This image released by Columbia Pictures shows James Franco, left, and Seth Rogen in "The Interview." The comedy is set for release in 2014 on Christmas Day. (AP Photo/Columbia Pictures, Sony, Ed Araquel)

    This image released by Columbia Pictures shows James Franco, left, and Seth Rogen in "The Interview." The comedy is set for release in 2014 on Christmas Day. (AP Photo/Columbia Pictures, Sony, Ed Araquel)

  • This image released by 20th Century Fox shows Joel Edgerton, left, and Christian Bale in a scene from "Exodus: Gods and Kings." The film, directed by Ridley Scott, is set for release on Dec. 12, 2014. (AP Photo/20th Century Fox, Kerry Brown)

    This image released by 20th Century Fox shows Joel Edgerton, left, and Christian Bale in a scene from "Exodus: Gods and Kings." The film, directed by Ridley Scott, is set for release on Dec. 12, 2014. (AP Photo/20th Century Fox, Kerry Brown)

  • This image released by 20th Century Fox shows Joel Edgerton, left, and Christian Bale in a scene from "Exodus: Gods and Kings." The film, directed by Ridley Scott, is set for release on Dec. 12, 2014. (AP Photo/20th Century Fox, Kerry Brown)

    This image released by 20th Century Fox shows Joel Edgerton, left, and Christian Bale in a scene from "Exodus: Gods and Kings." The film, directed by Ridley Scott, is set for release on Dec. 12, 2014. (AP Photo/20th Century Fox, Kerry Brown)

  • This image released by Disney shows James Corden, left, and Meryl Streep in a scene from "Into the Woods," in theaters nationwide on Dec. 25, 2014. (AP Photo/Disney Enterprises, Inc., Peter Mountain)

    This image released by Disney shows James Corden, left, and Meryl Streep in a scene from "Into the Woods," in theaters nationwide on Dec. 25, 2014. (AP Photo/Disney Enterprises, Inc., Peter Mountain)

  • This image released by Disney shows James Corden, left, and Meryl Streep in a scene from "Into the Woods," in theaters nationwide on Dec. 25, 2014. (AP Photo/Disney Enterprises, Inc., Peter Mountain)

    This image released by Disney shows James Corden, left, and Meryl Streep in a scene from "Into the Woods," in theaters nationwide on Dec. 25, 2014. (AP Photo/Disney Enterprises, Inc., Peter Mountain)

  • This image released by Warner Bros. Pictures shows Robert Downey Jr., left, and Robert Duvall in a scene from "The Judge." (AP Photo/Waner Bros. Pictures,  Claire Folger)

    This image released by Warner Bros. Pictures shows Robert Downey Jr., left, and Robert Duvall in a scene from "The Judge." (AP Photo/Waner Bros. Pictures, Claire Folger)

  • This image released by Warner Bros. Pictures shows Robert Downey Jr., left, and Robert Duvall in a scene from "The Judge." (AP Photo/Waner Bros. Pictures,  Claire Folger)

    This image released by Warner Bros. Pictures shows Robert Downey Jr., left, and Robert Duvall in a scene from "The Judge." (AP Photo/Waner Bros. Pictures, Claire Folger)

  • This undated photo provided by Universal Pictures, Angelina Jolie is photographed with Louis Zamperini. Zamperini, a U.S. Olympic distance runner and World War II veteran who survived 47 days on a raft in the Pacific after his bomber crashed, then endured two years in Japanese prison camps, died Wednesday, July 2, 2014, according to Universal Pictures studio spokesman Michael Moses. He was 97.  Jolie is directing the Universal movie, "Unbroken," about the life of Zamperini. (AP Photo/Universal Pictures)

    This undated photo provided by Universal Pictures, Angelina Jolie is photographed with Louis Zamperini. Zamperini, a U.S. Olympic distance runner and World War II veteran who survived 47 days on a raft in the Pacific after his bomber crashed, then endured two years in Japanese prison camps, died Wednesday, July 2, 2014, according to Universal Pictures studio spokesman Michael Moses. He was 97. Jolie is directing the Universal movie, "Unbroken," about the life of Zamperini. (AP Photo/Universal Pictures)

  • This image released by Sony Pictures Classics shows Miles Teller, left, and J.K. Simmons in a scene from "Whiplash." (AP Photo/Sony Pictures Classics, Daniel McFadden)
  • This image released by Sony Pictures Classics shows Miles Teller, left, and J.K. Simmons in a scene from "Whiplash." (AP Photo/Sony Pictures Classics, Daniel McFadden)
  • This image released by Columbia Pictures shows Brad Pitt, right, and Xavier Samuel in a scene from "Fury." (AP Photo/Columbia Pictures - Sony, Giles Keyte)
  • This image released by Columbia Pictures shows Brad Pitt, right, and Xavier Samuel in a scene from "Fury." (AP Photo/Columbia Pictures - Sony, Giles Keyte)
  • This image released by 20th Century Fox shows, from left, Ben Affleck, Lisa Barnes and David Clennon in a scene from "Gone Girl." The film, based on the best-selling novel, will release on Oct. 3. (AP Photo/20th Century Fox, Merrick Morton)
  • This image released by 20th Century Fox shows, from left, Ben Affleck, Lisa Barnes and David Clennon in a scene from "Gone Girl." The film, based on the best-selling novel, will release on Oct. 3. (AP Photo/20th Century Fox, Merrick Morton)
  • This image released by Sony Pictures Classics shows Steve Carell, left, and Channing Tatum in a scene from "Foxcatcher." The film, based on Olympic wrestler Mark Schultz,  will be released on Nov. 14, 2014. (AP Photo/Sony Pictures Classics, Scott Garfield)
  • This image released by Sony Pictures Classics shows Steve Carell, left, and Channing Tatum in a scene from "Foxcatcher." The film, based on Olympic wrestler Mark Schultz,  will be released on Nov. 14, 2014. (AP Photo/Sony Pictures Classics, Scott Garfield)
  • This image released by Universal Pictures shows Jim Carrey, left, and Jeff Daniels in a scene from "Dumb and Dumber To." The comedy, a sequel to "Dumb and Dumber," will be released on Nov. 14. (AP Photo/Universal Pictures, Hopper Stone)
  • This image released by Universal Pictures shows Jim Carrey, left, and Jeff Daniels in a scene from "Dumb and Dumber To." The comedy, a sequel to "Dumb and Dumber," will be released on Nov. 14. (AP Photo/Universal Pictures, Hopper Stone)
  • This image released by Fox Searchlight Pictures shows Michael Keaton, left, and Edward Norton in a scene from "Birdman." (AP Photo/Fox Searchlight Pictures)
  • This image released by Fox Searchlight Pictures shows Michael Keaton, left, and Edward Norton in a scene from "Birdman." (AP Photo/Fox Searchlight Pictures)
  • This image released by Paramount Pictures shows Matthew McConaughey in a scene from "Interstellar." (AP Photo/Paramount Pictures, Melinda Sue Gordon)
  • This image released by Paramount Pictures shows Matthew McConaughey in a scene from "Interstellar." (AP Photo/Paramount Pictures, Melinda Sue Gordon)
  • This image released by Paramount Pictures shows, standing from left, Tessa Thompson, Omar Dorsey, Colman Domingo, David Oyelowo as Martin Luther King, Jr., André Holland, Corey Reynolds and Lorraine Toussaint in a scene from "Selma." (AP Photo/Paramount Pictures, Atsushi Nishijima)
  • This image released by Paramount Pictures shows, standing from left, Tessa Thompson, Omar Dorsey, Colman Domingo, David Oyelowo as Martin Luther King, Jr., André Holland, Corey Reynolds and Lorraine Toussaint in a scene from "Selma." (AP Photo/Paramount Pictures, Atsushi Nishijima)
  • This image released by Lionsgate shows Philip Seymour Hoffman, left, and Julianne Moore in a scene from "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1," set for release on Nov. 21. (AP Photo/Lionsgate, Murray Close)
  • This image released by Lionsgate shows Philip Seymour Hoffman, left, and Julianne Moore in a scene from "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1," set for release on Nov. 21. (AP Photo/Lionsgate, Murray Close)
  • This image released by Columbis Pictures shows Rose Byrne, left, and Quvenzhané Wallis in a scene from "Annie." (AP Photo/Columbia Pictures - Sony, Barry Wetcher)
  • This image released by Columbis Pictures shows Rose Byrne, left, and Quvenzhané Wallis in a scene from "Annie." (AP Photo/Columbia Pictures - Sony, Barry Wetcher)
  • This image released by Columbia Pictures shows James Franco, left, and Seth Rogen in "The Interview." The comedy is set for release in 2014 on Christmas Day. (AP Photo/Columbia Pictures, Sony, Ed Araquel)
  • This image released by Columbia Pictures shows James Franco, left, and Seth Rogen in "The Interview." The comedy is set for release in 2014 on Christmas Day. (AP Photo/Columbia Pictures, Sony, Ed Araquel)
  • This image released by 20th Century Fox shows Joel Edgerton, left, and Christian Bale in a scene from "Exodus: Gods and Kings." The film, directed by Ridley Scott, is set for release on Dec. 12, 2014. (AP Photo/20th Century Fox, Kerry Brown)
  • This image released by 20th Century Fox shows Joel Edgerton, left, and Christian Bale in a scene from "Exodus: Gods and Kings." The film, directed by Ridley Scott, is set for release on Dec. 12, 2014. (AP Photo/20th Century Fox, Kerry Brown)
  • This image released by Disney shows James Corden, left, and Meryl Streep in a scene from "Into the Woods," in theaters nationwide on Dec. 25, 2014. (AP Photo/Disney Enterprises, Inc., Peter Mountain)
  • This image released by Disney shows James Corden, left, and Meryl Streep in a scene from "Into the Woods," in theaters nationwide on Dec. 25, 2014. (AP Photo/Disney Enterprises, Inc., Peter Mountain)
  • This image released by Warner Bros. Pictures shows Robert Downey Jr., left, and Robert Duvall in a scene from "The Judge." (AP Photo/Waner Bros. Pictures,  Claire Folger)
  • This image released by Warner Bros. Pictures shows Robert Downey Jr., left, and Robert Duvall in a scene from "The Judge." (AP Photo/Waner Bros. Pictures,  Claire Folger)
  • This undated photo provided by Universal Pictures, Angelina Jolie is photographed with Louis Zamperini. Zamperini, a U.S. Olympic distance runner and World War II veteran who survived 47 days on a raft in the Pacific after his bomber crashed, then endured two years in Japanese prison camps, died Wednesday, July 2, 2014, according to Universal Pictures studio spokesman Michael Moses. He was 97.  Jolie is directing the Universal movie, "Unbroken," about the life of Zamperini. (AP Photo/Universal Pictures)

Unable to find her second directing project, Angelina Jolie took to sifting through “generals.”

Looking for a diamond in the rough, the actress-turned-director searched the movies that studios owned but weren’t making.

“So I scanned through these generals and landed on Unbroken, a story of resilience and strength and the human spirit, of faith and survival at sea,” said Jolie. “It was about three sentences and I came home and I said to Brad, ‘What about this one?’ And he said, ‘Oh, honey, that one’s been around forever.’ It had a reputation for being one that never gets done.”

But Unbroken – the true tale of Louis Zamperini, a track star who was lost in the Pacific for 47 days after his plane was shot down during World War II – stuck with Jolie, even though it had been kicking around Hollywood for decades. “It was like a fever, an obsession,” she said.

“So I fought for it and I fought for it and I fought for it,” said Jolie. “It took me months of fighting to get the job.”

Even for the world’s most famous stars, determination is a necessary ingredient for the fall movie season. Few of the fall’s films haven’t had to claw their way to theaters. It’s a season for the movies’ most unconventional thinkers, the ones dedicated to making a tragic Olympic wrestler drama (Foxcatcher) or finding humor in North Korea (The Interview).

Led by Unbroken (Dec. 25), this year’s fall is a battlefield of war stories, including Jolie’s new husband Brad Pitt on the Western Front in Fury (Oct. 17), a World War II drama about a tank of American soldiers. Clint Eastwood also returns for his second film this year with American Sniper (Dec. 25), starring Bradley Cooper as an elite Navy SEAL marksman.

American tales, both triumphant and warped, will be numerous. In the based-on-a-true-story Foxcatcher (Nov. 14) from Bennett Miller (Capote, Moneyball), an Olympic wrestler (Channing Tatum) is taken in by a rich but demented benefactor (Steve Carell). A year after David Oyelowo and Oprah Winfrey co-starred in The Butler, they reteam for Selma (Dec. 25), in which Oyelowo plays Martin Luther King. (Winfrey is a producer.)

In The Interview (also Dec. 25) from Seth Rogen and his directing partner Evan Goldberg, Rogen and James Franco play journalists asked by the CIA to assassinate Kim Jong-un. It’s distinguished as the only autumn film a country (North Korea) has asked President Obama to block.

An almost as unlikely international pairing comes in Rosewater, Jon Stewart’s adaptation of Maziar Bahari’s memoir about being imprisoned for 118 days for reporting for Newsweek on the 2009 Iranian elections. (His appearance on The Daily Show was used as evidence of him being a spy.) Stewart, who hadn’t directed before, jumped in as a writer and director only because he and Bahari were unable to find someone else.

“We were four months into it and nothing was done,” said Stewart. “For me, who’s used to topical comedy on TV – the single most ephemeral thing you can produce – you have an idea at 9 in the morning and by 6 o’clock, it’s done. In some ways, it was impatience with the process. So I just told Mazier, let me just write this thing.”

Many of the upcoming films – such as Alejandro Inarritu’s Birdman, or the Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance (Oct. 17) with Michael Keaton, and the Reese Witherspoon drama Wild (Dec. 5) – will drum up anticipation on the festival circuit and hope to be drafted into the awards season industrial complex, an increasingly all-consuming annual rite of hype-soaked frenzy. This year, one film will set the season’s beat unlike any other: Whiplash (Oct. 23).

In the Sundance hit, Miles Teller plays an obsessively focused jazz drummer at an elite New York conservatory under the strict tutelage of a drill-sergeant teacher (J.K. Simmons).

“Absolutely where I connected to Andrew was his drive and his ambition,” said Teller, the 27-year-old actor whose 2013 breakout with The Spectacular Now will continue with Whiplash. “You can look at this movie and say, ‘It’s destroying him. It’s killing him. He’s giving away his humanity for his art.’ But a lot of people go through life not caring about anything remotely as much as Andrew cares about drumming.”

Whereas Teller is a fresh face to the gauntlet of awards season, David Fincher is a seasoned veteran – one who has consistently avoided the season’s trappings. He directs one of the fall’s most anticipated movies, Gone Girl (Oct. 3), an adaptation of the best-selling Gillian Flynn novel, starring Ben Affleck. Though the story’s twists are famous, Fincher says he was drawn by the murder mystery’s portrait of narcissism, the 24-hour news cycle and “the notion of tragedy vampirism.”

“The exploitation is somebody else’s job,” Fincher said. “Right now, it’s like: ‘Let’s finish it and get it into theaters.’ I don’t put a lot of emphasis on ‘Let’s see if this can be decorated.’ ”

Other heavyweight filmmakers, of course, will be debuting films this fall, including Paul Thomas Anderson’s Thomas Pynchon adaptation, Inherent Vice (Dec. 12), starring Joaquin Phoenix. But no film is more eagerly awaited than Christopher Nolan’s Interstellar (Nov. 7), a philosophical science-fiction thriller starring Matthew McConaughey. A year after his Oscar win for Dallas Buyers Club, the McConaissance is going to space.

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