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By Sylviane Gold
ON Friday, around the time New York moviegoers arrive for an afternoon showing of the French film “Of Gods and Men,” last year’s grand prize winner at Cannes, the star, Lambert Wilson, should also be making his way to a theater. But not for a movie. In Paris it will be César night, France’s Oscar night, and Mr. Wilson is nominated for his performance as the leader of a tiny Trappist monastery in strife-torn Algeria.