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by - Robbie Collin - 24 May 2013

 Cannes 2013: Only Lovers Left Alive, review
Tilda Swinton and Tom Hiddleston make a sexy, pallid double act in Jim Jarmusch's languorous new vampire comedy, writes Robbie Collin. Only Lovers Left Alive, the languorous new comedy from Jim Jarmusch, centres on two vampires in reflective mood. They are Adam and Eve – perhaps the Adam...

by - Todd McCarthy - 24 May 2013

The Immigrant: Cannes Review
 James Grey's in competition period film follows the the travails of a young Polish woman played Marion Cotillard as she tries to get a foothold in the New World.The emotional and moral price of the immigrant experience, circa 1921 in New York, is expressed in quietly wrenching terms in The...

by - Jonathan Romney - 23 May 2013

Norte, The End Of History
Raskolnikov goes to the Philippines in Norte, The End Of History (Norte, Hangganan Ng Kasaysayan), which takes Dostoevsky’s Crime And Punishment as a springboard for Lav Diaz’s musings on guilt, will and modern Filipino history. Among adepts of so-called ‘Slow Cinema’,...

by - Stephen Dalton - 23 May 2013

Tore Tanzt: Cannes Review
First-time director Katrin Gebbe makes an intense Cannes debut with reality-based saga of sexual abuse, sadism and self-sacrifice. The sole German feature playing in Cannes this year is an unsettling contemporary drama about religious faith and sexual violence, written and directed by...

by - Agnès C. Poirier - 18 May 2013

Le Grand Jerry Lewis
Every year the organizers of the Cannes Film Festival choose to recognize one towering figure in cinema. This year, they are paying homage to Jerry Lewis with a special screening of “Max Rose,” the latest film for the 87-year-old American. In it, he plays an aging jazz pianist. For 12 days,...