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by - Boyd van Hoeij - 21 May 2015

'Lamb': Cannes Review
Ethiopian filmmaker Yared Zeleke's first feature looks at a little boy who loves cooking much more than plowing the lan.A young Ethiopian boy and his rust-colored ewe are the protagonists of Lamb, the beautifully crafted if rather familiar first feature from Yared Zeleke. Unusually, this...

by - David Sexton - 20 May 2015

Youth film review — Michael Caine superb in inventive, poignant and operatic offering from Paolo Sorrentino
Paolo Sorrentino's films are both fabulously ornate and utterly simple, because they’re so steadily about youth and age, life and death, horror and desire, creativity and nothingness. Youth has obvious affinities with such previous films as The Consequences Of Love (set in a hotel) and The...

by - Justin Chang - 20 May 2015

Cannes: Shin Su-won’s Dream Comes True
South Korean writer-director Shin Su-won’s third feature, “Madonna,” is premiering in Un Certain Regard.After your 2012 short “Circle Line” in Critics’ Week, how does it feel to return to the festival?When I went to Cannes in 2012, I had a chance to see a film...

by - Peter Bradshaw - 20 May 2015

Mountains May Depart review: Jia Zhang-ke scales new heights with futurist drama
This giddily ambitious new movie from the Chinese film-maker begins relatively conventionally, before spinning out into a commentary on globalisation and a glimpse of a bravura new world. Jia Zhang-ke’s Mountains May Depart is a mysterious and in its way staggeringly ambitious piece of work...

by - Scott Foundas - 19 May 2015

Cannes Film Review: ‘Sicario’
'Prisoners' director Denis Villeneuve returns with a blisteringly suspenseful, ever surprising cartel thriller. Two years after making his U.S. debut with the crackerjack kidnapping drama “Prisoners,” French-Canadian director Denis Villeneuve ups his own ante with “Sicario,” a...