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    Cannes Film Festival Review: "The Princess of Montpensier"

    Medieval times, encumbered as they are with codes of religion, status, politics and behavior that seem very foreign to us today, have always been particularly difficult to make come fully alive onscreen, but Bertrand Tavernier does a better job at this than most in "The Princess of Montpensier." An adaptation of a short tale by Madame de La Fayette, sometimes regarded as the first novelist, this is a charged story of sexual desire and heated rivalry played out as on a life-sized chess board that's left quite bloody by the time all is settled. Spirited. robust and intelligent, this is a film that courses with life and its passions, not formali...

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    Venice to Fete "Ravaan"'s Ratnam

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    "Certified" Sales

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    Cannes Day 6: Minute by Minute

    Each day at the Cannes Film Festival (May 12 - 23), indieWIRE is publishing a frequently updated dispatch from France. All times listed are local French time.

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    More Thoughts From Cannes

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    Our Daily ISA (International Sales Agent): Celluloid Dreams ♀: 3 in the Festival

    IF YOU ARE NOT LOGGED INTO IMDbPRO YOU MAY NOT BE ABLE TO WORK ALL THESE LINKS

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    Walter Hill Returns to Features with St. Vincent

    Walter Hill is one of Hollywood's most neglected master action directors, mostly because he has directed more classics (48 Hours, The Long Riders, The Warriors, Broken Trail) than commercial hits. So it's good news that his indie-financed St. Vincent appears to be moving forward, with a July 12 start of production in Detroit. The crime thriller written by Cameron Young stars Pierce Brosnan as a hitman who disguises himself as a priest to kill a gangland traitor (Billy Bob Thornton). Giovanni Ribisi and Maria Bello also star. Financed by Premier National Studios and Quickfire Films and produced by Claudio Castravelli, Irish Dreamtime’s Beau S...

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    Content Has Hawke's "Numbers"

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    Longlegs

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