“Triangle of Sadness” won the Palme d’Or at the Cannes Film Festival

Cannes, France (AFP) – Swedish director Robin Ostlund’s war comedy “Triangle of Sadness” won the Palme d’Or at the 75th Cannes Film Festival on Saturday, giving Ostlund one of film’s most prestigious awards for the second time. Ostlund, whose film “The Square” won the Palme in 2017, achieved the rare feat of winning the Cannes … Read more

Mr. Taylor Swift and Margaret Qualley have a lot of sex in Stars at Noon. Only if they had any chemistry.

Even the best film directors need good actors. Claire Dennis She has worked with an unofficial troupe of actors who have been recurring in her films throughout her career, such as Gregoire Colin and Alex Diskas, and he’s also had more lead actors this century, than Vincent Lyndon in miscreants And Isabelle Hubert at white … Read more

Moonage Daydream, Trippy’s Tribute to David Bowie, asked many questions at Cannes

when I saw David Bowie At a concert, twenty years ago, he began performing “Space Oddity” halfway through the party, after a major hiatus. The sound of Major Tom’s Ground Control, without any backing track, rang through the concert hall, and the audience became untamed. “Control from Earth to Major Tom,” Bowie shouted again, then … Read more

In Cannes ‘Holy Spider’, a serial killer kills prostitutes in Iran – and the country supports him

a serial killer Roaming the streets at night, he picks up desperate wretched women, many hooked on crack, and strangles them to death in his house. A young journalist, (of course) feisty and emotionally invested in the case, sets out to track down the killer, who has become known as the Spider Killer: their fates … Read more

The ‘Triangle of Sorrow’, a brutal mockery of influencers and billionaires, seduces Cannes

After the surprise attributed to the Palme d’Or SquareDelicately styled, burdened, but at times somewhat pious Robin Ostlund from the art world, Town had been eagerly waiting to see the director’s next move. His follow-up, which is generally considered an influencer-led one-percent socio-political satire, takes all of Ostlund’s best qualities—namely, formal liveliness, a stern eye … Read more

“Squid Game” Star Lee Jung-jae’s Movie Bloodbath “Hunt” Can Rattles

Chase It is – excitingly or disappointingly, depending on your preference – not a gritty, character-based reboot of Mission: Impossible A franchise, but rather a South Korean political thriller, made by squid game Superstar Lee Jong Jae makes his directorial debut. fact that Chase It’s pretty clear that the debut, with all the rugged, messy … Read more