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by - Karin Badt - 21 May 2015

Apichatpong Werasethakul's 'Cemetery of Splendour': A Dream Film at Cannes
To watch an Apichatpong Werasethakul film is to be lulled into a dream. His latest film, Cemetery of Splendour, which premiered at Cannes this week, immerses you in a surreal, and yet real, world on the line of wakefulness and sleep: literally a hospital (once a schoolhouse), in the Thai town...

by - Jordan Mintzer - 21 May 2015

‘The Treasure’ (‘Comoara’): Cannes Review
Director Corneliu Porumboiu bowed his new feature in the Un Certain Regard sidebar.Digging for a buried treasure is perhaps the best metaphor to describe what it’s like to watch the movies of Romanian auteur Corneliu Porumboiu: You have to scratch a lot beneath the surface, but in the end...

by - Andrew Pulver - 21 May 2015

Dheepan review - Tamil Tiger loose in the urban jungle makes powerful thriller
Dheepan review - Tamil Tiger loose in the urban jungle makes powerful thriller. Jacques Audiard has made his name, in films such as A Prophet, Rust & Bone and The Beat That My Heart Skipped, for a kind of ecstatic violence of the soul. Dheepan, his new film about a former Tamil Tiger fighter...

by - Justin Chang - 21 May 2015

Cannes Film Review: ‘The Assassin’
Shu Qi plays the eponymous killer in this ravishingly beautiful foray into historical martial-arts territory from Taiwanese master Hou Hsiao-hsien.In the seven years since Hou Hsiao-hsien began working on a ninth-century wuxia epic, his admirers have been madly curious about how the Taiwanese...

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...