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    Cannes Review: Matteo Garrone's 'Tale of Tales' is the Wackiest Fairy Tale Movie Ever

    From Salma Hayek eating a sea monster heart to Tobey Jones raising a giant flea, Garrone's bizarre, uneven parable has it all.

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    Cannes: Matteo Garrone's 'Tale of Tales' Review and Roundup (Trailer)

    As I feared, Garrone's English-language debut is a whiff. Will juror Guillermo del Toro like it? He would have done a better job.

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    Watch: Cannes 2015 Entry 'The Tale of Tales' Trailer Will Blow Your Mind and Gross You Out (NSFW)

    Salma Hayek, Vincent Cassel and John C. Reilly play unusual fairy tale characters in Matteo Garrone's entry to the 2015 Cannes Film Festival.

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    Digging Into the Cannes Lineup: More Vet Auteurs and Women, No Netflix

    Clearly trying to step up to an exciting lineup, Cannes has chosen a mix of proven auteurs, women and rookies for the Official Selection, which is still a work in progress. But docs and animation are still on the sidelines. And many big names are missing in action.

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    Matteo Garrone Explains Why 'Reality' Will Help You Comprehend Modern Television

    Italian director Matteo Garrone made waves at American art houses with the unsettling mob drama "Gomorrah," which not only unearthed details about his country's powerful criminal organizations but rendered them in cold, brutal terms that imbued the movie with extreme claustrophobia. His follow-up, t...

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    Q & A: Matteo Garrone Follows 'Gomorra' with Fellini-esque Fable 'Reality,' Starring Imprisoned Actor Arena (TRAILER)

    Italian Matteo Garrone is a filmmaker to watch. He has chops, and range. Italy submitted his last film "Gomorra" for the Oscars, a gritty slice of the uber-violent underworld. His follow-up "Reality" is a much lighter fairy tale fable about a man, well-played by prisoner actor Aniello Arena, obsesse...

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    Review: Matteo Garrone's Lightweight & Lifeless 'Reality' Is A Disappointment

    The relationship between audiences and reality television has shifted to some degree over the past decade (or longer). Where early shows were once positioned as voyeuristic/documentary style looks at Real People, it quickly became clear to those in front of the camera, behind it and at home watching...

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