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'Brokeback Mountain,' 'Jurassic Park' among 25 films added to National Film Registry

When director Ang Lee set out to make "Brokeback Mountain" in 2005, he couldn't have anticipated the enduring hold the film would have on the American consciousness.

"I didn't intend to make a statement," he said in an announcement of the 25 titles selected this year for the Library of Congress' National Film Registry. "I simply wanted to tell a purely Western love story between two cowboys. To my great surprise, the film ended up striking a deep chord with audiences."

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