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Cannes 2023

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    All Your Burning Questions About The Idol, AnsweredLike: Is Sam Levinson and the Weeknd’s new HBO show starring Lily-Rose Depp actually “sexual torture porn,” or nah?
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    Cannes Is Over. Now What?The 2023 film festival has come to an end. Here are the movies to watch.
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    Anatomy Of A Fall Wins Palme d’Or at Cannes 2023Previous winners include Triangle of Sadness’s Ruben Östlund and Titane’s Julia Ducournau.
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    Cannes Can’t Take Its Eyes Off Sandra HüllerAn actress known for her superability to suppress the emotions of a composed character is in not one, but two incredible festival films.
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    Wim Wenders Has Been Trying to Make Perfect Days His Whole LifeThe director’s latest Cannes premiere is probably the best film he’s made since Until the End of the World.
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    Could a Documentary Win at Cannes This Year?Nonfiction has been notoriously absent from past competition lineups, but two well-regarded docs may have a chance at the 2023 Palme d’Or.
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    90 Minutes of Jane Fonda Confessing the Absolute Truth About HollywoodOn getting drunk to film Barbarella, competing with Katharine Hepburn, dealing with Jean-Luc Godard’s bullshit, and quitting the Book Club movies.
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    All the Movies Sold at Cannes 2023A24 picks up Jonathan Glazer’s acclaimed Holocaust drama The Zone of Interest.
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    Jason Schwartzman and Wes Anderson ForeverOne of the great pleasures of Asteroid City is reflecting on how this duo’s collaboration has changed over the decades.
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    A Great Director Returns After 31 Years With a Grudge Against CannesCannes failed to communicate to Victor Erice that his first film in decades would be playing out of competition. So he skipped the premiere.
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    In the Bathroom Lines at the Super-Parties of CannesDescending into the festival darkness with Harrison Ford, The Idol’s cast, Leo, Marty, and more.
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    Hirokazu Kore-eda’s Heartbreaking Monster Hovers Between This World and the NextThere might be no better film about the indisputable fact that we never really know what someone else is going through.
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    Takeshi Kitano Kills AgainSome directors’ late films are stripped-down, austere, deliberately paced; Kitano seems to be going in the opposite direction, god bless him.
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    Wes Anderson Has Gone MadHis new movie, Asteroid City, brings a necessary madness to the meticulous director’s method, and it amounts to a masterpiece.
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    Sam Levinson on The Idol: ‘Things That Might Be Revolutionary Are Taken Too Far’He says the nudity and sexuality of his new HBO show are “true to what almost every pop star is doing these days.”
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    ‘Pedro, This Is Like the Cover of PlaygirlAn afternoon at Cannes with the young hunks of Pedro Almodóvar’s gay cowboy movie, Strange Way of Life.
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    Jonathan Glazer’s Auschwitz Drama Borders on the UnwatchableThe shock of his new movie, which premiered to wild reception at Cannes, is not in the graphic terrors it depicts, but in what it doesn’t show.
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    Todd Haynes’s May December Is a Deeply Uncomfortable MovieWatching it with an audience, I found myself cackling with delight. Stepping out into the rainy night, however, I felt like I needed to take a shower.
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    Killers of the Flower Moon Turns Out to Be the Simplest, Slipperiest of ThingsIt’s not Martin Scorsese’s western, and it’s not another gangster epic. It’s his marriage story.
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    A Chat With Cate Blanchett at Cannes About Faking Her Own DeathBlanchett and director Warwick Thornton cheerfully discussed eradicating their identities, staring at themselves on Zoom, and Pedro Almodóvar.
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    This Year’s Gore-Soaked Spectacle of Depravity and Pain at CannesYou can practically smell the Black Flies director chain-smoking behind the camera, muttering about spitting in the face of humanity.
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    Pedro Almodóvar Can’t Talk About His New Movie (But It Will Be About Death)The director says he is following up his gay-cowboy short with a mysterious film “about two women in a very intimate situation.”
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    Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny Is Too Entertaining to DismissA movie about going back in time turns out to be something of a time machine itself.
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    An Artist Transfers Jean-Luc Godard’s Contempt to PrintJean Curran handmade 13 prints from the film’s original reel — just in time for its 60th-anniversary presentation at Cannes.
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    Michael Douglas Is the Expert on Movie Sex Scenes, According to Michael Douglas“You put your hand here and then we’re going to go kiss, kiss, and then we’re going to go down.”
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    Pedro Almodóvar Just Might Turn His Gay Western Into a Full-Length Film“I should probably make it,” the director said after Pedro Pascal and Ethan Hawke lit up Cannes with their sexy cowboy short.
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    ‘If You Thought That It’s a Festival For Rapists, You Wouldn’t Be Here’Cannes, Maïwenn, and Johnny Depp spend opening night of the film festival defending Jeanne du Barry.
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    What’s at Cannes? Scorsese, a Gay Western, and Cate Blanchett As a Renegade Nun.All the movies (and one TV show) we’re excited to see at 2023’s Festival de Cannes.
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    Cannes’nt Stop, Won’t StopCheck out the festival’s full lineup, including The Idol, Steve McQueen, Wes Anderson, and Hirokazu Kore-eda.