News 25 students have been arrested in California following an undercover police operation which echoes the plot of 21 Jump Street, a Hollywood film in which Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum play young police officers who pose as high school pupils

In events that echo TV series and film 21 Jump Street, officers in California posed as high school students to make the drug related arrests

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Paul Giamatti describes himself as the `funny chubby guy'. But critics are raving about his performance in the Oscar-nominated `Sideways'. Ed Caesar meets him

No business in showbusiness

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Arts: Spooks do furnish a room

All Tim Burton's films reveal his deep fascination with classic screen horror. So why has Sleepy Hollow, his first straight chiller, taken so long? He spoke to Vicki Reed in New York

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In Britain, we had `Trainspotting' and `Four Weddings'. But overall, American blockbusters triumphed. By Gilbert Adair

A generation lost

The 5th battalion of the Norfolk regiment was wiped out at Gallipolli. A new BBC drama returns to 1915.

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Insults greet Polanski's return to film

THIRTY YEARS after Rosemary's Baby, and the murder of his wife by Charles Manson's gang of satanic hippies, Roman Polanski has made a movie about the devil. The film, La Neuvieme Porte (The Ninth Gate) - Polanski's first work for five years - premiered in France this week to a critical reception ranging from the frostily polite to the insulting.

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