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SAN SEBASTIAN The public may remember the 52nd San Sebastian Film Festival as the year Woody Allen returned to form with "Melinda and Melinda."
But San Sebastian 2004 also will be remembered, like Cannes and Toronto, as the year the documentary broke out.
Of helmer heavyweights, Oliver Stone unveiled a new 65-minute theatrical version of HBO-screened "Looking for Fidel," a far more aggressive and tightly focused work than "Comandante," with Stone drubbing Castro for his political crackdown in Cuba.
Oscar-winning Spanish director Fernando Trueba ("Belle Epoque") unveiled "The Miracle of Candeal," a vibrant, color-splashed portrait of Brazilian …