What is it everyone wants to see at this year's festival in Cannes? The obvious publikdragarna can't go past, like Jim Jarmusch absurdistiska zombiesatir ”The dead don't die,” which opens the festival on Tuesday evening with a string of well-loved and distinctive actors; Bill Murray, Tilda Swinton, Adam Driver, and Chloë Sevigny. The colourful and obviously at least a little bit sexually challenging ”Rocketman”, of Elton John's young years, with Taron Egerton in the lead role, learn, draw mile-long queues as well as, of course, Quentin tarantino's ”Once upon a time in Hollywood” . Red carpet learn to glow when Brad Pitt, Leonardo DiCaprio and Margot Robbie rises up along with the already Guldpalmsbelönade Tarantino.
Kostymfilmsälskaren Robert Eggers, who made a sensational debut with the Rembrandtaktiga skogsskräckisen ”The witch” for a couple of years ago, reappearing with a chamber play with the supernatural elements in the 1890's Maine. Robert Pattinson and Willem Dafoe clash in an isolated fyrhus. Hot movie in sidoserien the Director's fortnight section.”Atlantique” Photo: Cannes film festival
the Gun Mati Diop, with roots in Senegal, is the festival's first black female director makes record-setting career by becoming Guldpalmsnominerad for its debutlångfilm. ”Atlantique” is set in Senegal and revolves around the migrationskrisen on the Mediterranean sea.
The most recent French movie is supposed to be a eldfängd reinterpretation of Victor Hugo's hackneyed melodrama like no other. Director Ladj Ly is based on an award-winning short film and portrays today's tumultariska Paris by returning to the riots in the suburbs in 2005.”Little Joe” Photo: Cannes film festival
the Talented Jessica Hausner (”the Miracle of Lourdes”, ”Amour fou”) competes in Cannes with a futuristic psykothriller about a single mother and scientist, who cultivates an odd plant with therapeutic powers. She takes home the plant to his teenage son, with frightening results.
The notoriously enigmatic and publicly invisible Terrence Malick is said to have returned to a more conventional, manusdrivet storytelling after several impressionist and patient work. He is now back in the second world war, which he portrayed in ”The thin red line”, and it tells us this time about the conscientious objectors in Germany.”Family romance” Photo: Cannes Film Festival
The German dokumentärfilmsnestorn Werner Herzog surprised his audience and recur after a long period of time to Cannes with her first feature film in a long time. Herzog expose themselves courageously for the risk to be ”lost in translation” with her relationship drama about a world where everything goes to rent, including family and relatives. A movie that takes place in Japan, with japanese actors and in japanese – a language as Herzog does not speak.
Award-winning and renowned documentary of the war in Syria with kvinnofokus. The director of the Waad Al-Kateeb, who had a child during the height of the conflict, depicting the personal bombningarnas horrors.
the Year's most me too-related film comes from Taiwan and is made by the female director Midi Z. It revolves around a young actor who is on the move upwards thanks to a stjärnroll in a spionthriller with a lot of sex and nudity. When she starts krisa takes the career of a beating.
”Call me by your name”-the director Luca Guadagnino you don't want to miss a single frame of. He is doing something as unusual as an experimental story in the midst of his career. Julianne Moore stands in the focus of a minidrama in the world of fashion.
The franskkanadensiska actor Monia Chokri, known from, among others, Xavier Limerick sextiotalsromantiska pastiche ”Heartbeat” regidebuterar with a promising syskondrama.
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