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by - Justin Chang - 16 May 2014

Cannes Film Review: ‘Amour fou’
An event that could hardly be described as a laughing matter somehow yields a dryly amusing and characteristically layered reflection on the absurdity of what humans call love in “Amour fou,” Jessica Hausner’s slow-building portrait of the German Romantic writer Heinrich von...

by - Jonathan Romney - 16 May 2014

The Blue Room
Indefatigable French actor Mathieu Amalric has had an odd occasional career on the other side of the camera, jumping with magpie eclecticism from theme to theme - family comedy, political media, the new burlesque scene - with hit-and-miss results. However, he scores his most accomplished...

by - John Bleasdale - 16 May 2014

Cannes 2014: 'Party Girl' review
Cannes' Un Certain Regard strand opened this year with Marie Amachoukeli-Barsacq, Claire Burger and Samuel Theis' Party Girl (2014), a well-made if unambitious social drama which asks whether an aging, leopard skin-clad nightclub hostess can really change her spots.

by - Geoffrey Macnab - 15 May 2014

Mr Turner, first look Cannes review: Mike Leigh returns with a rich character study
Mike Leigh’s biopic of JMW Turner (screening in the main competition in Cannes) is a rambling, richly detailed character study with a magnificent central performance from Timothy Spall.

by - Peter Bradshaw - 15 May 2014

 Timbuktu review – searing fundamentalist drama
Abderrahmane Sissako's latest is a brilliant portrait of a place ruled by religion and a people traumatised by divisionAbderrahmane Sissako's passionate and visually beautiful film Timbuktu is a cry from the heart – with all the more moral authority for being expressed with such grace and such care.