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  1. Muhammad Ali’s Greatest Fight: Cannes Review

    6:32 am 5/25/2013

    Director Stephen Frears' historical drama recreates the inner workings of the 1970 Supreme Court as it determined the fate of Muhammad Ali for refusing to fight in the Vietnam War. Read more

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  2. Venus in Fur: Cannes Review

    5:52 am 5/25/2013

    Emmanuelle Seigner and Mathieu Amalric star in this French-language film from Roman Polanski, about an auditioning actress turning the tables on her director.Read more

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  3. Cannes: Phase 4 Acquires North American Rights to 'Jamesy Boy' And 'Philosophers'

    5:17 am 5/24/2013

    The twin deals follow the Canadian distributor's picking up Shana Betz's 'Free Ride' and 'The Crash Reel,' by Lucy Walker. Read more

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  4. The Immigrant: Cannes Review

    2:34 am 5/24/2013

    James Gray's in competition period film follows the travails of a young Polish woman played Marion Cotillard as she tries to get a foothold in the New World. Read more

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  5. The Lunchbox: Cannes Review

    2:06 am 5/24/2013

    A lunchtime mix-up leads to a romance by correspondence in an Indian Critics Week entry starring Irrfan Kahn, Nawazuddin Siddiqui and Nimrat Kaur.Read more

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  6. A Strange Course of Events: Cannes Review

    1:33 am 5/23/2013

    Director Rafael Nadjari returns to the father-son theme of "Tehilim" in the intimate, Israel-set drama, premiering in Directors' Fortnight.Read more

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  7. The Rendezvous of Deja vu: Cannes Review

    1:28 am 5/23/2013

    Vimala Pons and Vincent Macaigne are among the rising talents in writer-director Antonin Peretjatko's New Wave-style debut comedy.Read more

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  8. Only God Forgives: Cannes Review

    4:56 am 5/22/2013

    Ryan Gosling reunites with his "Drive" director Nicolas Winding Refn in this bloodbath set in the Bangkok underworld, which premieres in the Cannes competition and also showcases an icy Kristin Scott Thomas.Read more

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  9. Ate ver a luz: Cannes Review

    1:39 am 5/22/2013

    Swiss-born Portuguese director Basil da Cunha's debut feature is set in the gritty Lisbon ghetto of Reboleira.Read more

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  10. Sarah Prefers to Run: Cannes Review

    8:09 am 5/21/2013

    French-Canadian filmmaker Chloe Robichaud makes her feature debut in Cannes' Un Certain Regard section.Read more

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