The most “shocking” film at the Cannes film festival may indeed have brought on some… wetness, but also brought along a boring, immature story.
100 years after her birth, Ingrid Bergman gives her blessing to the Cannes Film Festival every day from her portrait in its official poster. A documentary with access to her huge archive reveals the woman and mother behind the star.
The Chinese auteur creates one of the most beautiful and richest films we have ever seen – for some this might be just enough.
Paolo Sorrentino after his Oscar with «The Great Beauty» returns to Cannes with another masterpiece. So majestic that it may become a timeless classic. But also so simple that you know it will remain a personal favourite.
Loosely inspired by the true love story of two siblings and a scenario that once Truffaut wanted to make into a film, Donzelli’s attempt is probably the answer to why this had never happened.