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  • ‘The Treasure’ (‘Comoara’): Cannes Review

    3:29 AM 5/21/2015
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    Director Corneliu Porumboiu bowed his new feature in the Un Certain Regard sidebar. READ MORE

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  • ‘The Here After’ (‘Efterskalv’): Cannes Review

    1:38 AM 5/21/2015
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    An angry young man struggles to escape the shadow of his violent past in this somber Scandi-Polish drama. READ MORE

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  • 'Love': Cannes Review

    9:12 PM 5/20/2015
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    Gaspar Noe ('Enter the Void', 'Irreversible') tones down the violence but dials up the sex with this explicit story of a doomed ménage a trois. READ MORE

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  • 'The Assassin': Cannes Review

    4:21 PM 5/20/2015
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    Shu Qi plays a mysterious female assassin whose heart gets in the way in Hou Hsiao-Hsien's first martial arts film. READ MORE

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  • 'Area 51': Film Review

    3:33 PM 5/20/2015
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    Oren Peli's long-delayed follow-up to his smash hit "Paranormal Activity" concerns three friends who break into the titular government facility. READ MORE

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  • 'Don't Tell Me the Boy Was Mad' ('Une Histoire de fou'): Cannes Review

    3:12 PM 5/20/2015
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    The ripple effects of the Armenian genocide on subsequent generations are felt in Robert Guediguian's drama set during the wave of militant attacks in Europe in the 1980s. READ MORE

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  • 'I Am a Soldier' ('Je suis un soldat'): Cannes Review

    2:12 PM 5/20/2015
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    French director Laurent Lariviere's feature-length debut, screened in Cannes' Un Certain Regard sidebar, tells the story of a woman who finds work as a dog trafficker. READ MORE

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  • ‘Madonna’: Cannes Review

    11:43 AM 5/20/2015
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    South Korean helmer Shin Su-won returns to Cannes with a noir-tinged drama about a nurse’s attempt to derail a heart transplant operation involving a pregnant, comatose street-walker. READ MORE

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  • ‘Our House’ ('O Ka'): Cannes Review

    11:39 AM 5/20/2015
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    A personal story about miscarried justice becomes the symbol for Mali’s larger struggle to make truth prevail. READ MORE

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  • ‘Fatima’: Cannes Review

    10:47 AM 5/20/2015
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    Philippe Faucon's latest realist drama explores the challenges facing an Algerian cleaner living in Lyon, and is adapted from books by Fatima Elayoubi. READ MORE

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  • 'Hitchcock/Truffaut': Cannes Review

    9:57 AM 5/20/2015
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    This documentary will be a top draw wherever films about filmmakers are welcome. READ MORE

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  • 'Lamb': Cannes Review

    9:04 AM 5/20/2015
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    Ethiopian filmmaker Yared Zeleke's first feature looks at a little boy who loves cooking much more than plowing the land READ MORE

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  • ‘Les Yeux Brules’: Cannes Review

    8:28 AM 5/20/2015
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    A newly restored version of Laurent Roth's 1986 film premiered in the Cannes Classics sidebar. READ MORE

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  • 'Amnesia': Cannes Review

    8:16 AM 5/20/2015
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    'Reversal of Fortune' director Barbet Schroeder premiered his new film in Cannes. READ MORE

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  • 'Peace to Us in Our Dreams': Cannes Review

    7:17 AM 5/20/2015
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    Lauded Lithuanian actor-director Sharunas Bartas headlines his latest film. READ MORE

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  • 'Youth': Cannes Review

    6:13 AM 5/20/2015
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    Paolo Sorrentino's second English-language feature stars Michael Caine and Harvey Keitel as two aging artist friends with different ideas about how to wrap up their creative careers. READ MORE

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  • 'Mountains May Depart' ('Shan he gu ren'): Cannes Review

    5:15 PM 5/19/2015
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    Jia Zhangke opts for a gentler change of pace after 'A Touch of Sin' with this emotional story of 21st century China spanning 26 years. READ MORE

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  • 'Groundswell Rising': Film Review

    3:43 PM 5/19/2015
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    Renard Cohen's documentary chronicles the rise of grassroots opposition to the controversial form of energy extraction known as fracking. READ MORE

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  • 'Taklub' : Cannes Review

    8:42 AM 5/19/2015
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    Philippine cinema grand dame Nora Aunor headlines Brillante Mendoza’s ensemble drama about survivors grieving over loved ones lost during the devastating typhoon Haiyan READ MORE

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  • 'Alias Maria': Cannes Review

    7:21 AM 5/19/2015
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    The second feature from Colombian director Jose Luis Rugeles stars Karen Torres as a pregnant, 13-year-old guerrilla who needs to look after someone else's baby in the jungle READ MORE

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