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    Dominique Strauss-Kahn Plans to Sue Over Similarities to Abel Ferrara's 'Welcome to New York'

    The former chief of the International Monetary Fund, Dominique Strauss-Kahn has instructed his lawyers to file a defamation suit after "Welcome to New York" by Abel Ferrara was released on-demand in France on Saturday. It stars Gerard Depardieu as a Strauss-Kahn lookalike who assaults a hotel maid.

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    Watch: Exclusive Trailer for Nadav Lapid's Stormy Poetic Drama 'The Kindergarten Teacher'

    The last time we saw Nadav Lapid on the festival circuit was with Israeli drama "Policeman" in 2011, which he workshopped at Cannes Atelier. Now his French feature "The Kindergarten Teacher" has come to Cannes 2014, and the trailer alone brims over with rainstorms, melancholy, and risk.

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    Cannes Review: 'Maps to the Stars' is David Cronenberg's Angriest Movie

    David Cronenberg has always been a filmmaker whose work pushes against conventional storytelling, but with "Maps to the Stars," he assails the institution responsible for its ugliest examples.

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    Cannes Review: Channing Tatum Anchors Bennett Miller's Icy 'Foxcatcher,' But the Revelation is Steve Carell

    Bennett Miller's story of a professional wrestler and the deranged man who financed him before turning to murder gives Steve Carrell his first great dramatic role.

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    Sex, Soul Searching & a Naked Gerard Depardieu: Abel Ferrara's DSK Drama 'Welcome to New York' is Bonkers

    A deliriously entertaining political cartoon in B-movie clothing, Abel Ferrara's "Welcome to New York" puts Dominique Strauss-Kahn's sex scandal under the microscope.

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    Review: How 'The Blue Room' Proves That Mathieu Amalric Is a True Actor-Director

    The short but precision-tooled feature suggests that maybe it's time to finally start calling Amalric an actor-director.

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    Cannes Review: Nuri Bilge Ceylan's 'Winter Sleep' is Three Hours-Plus and Worth the Trip

    At three hours and sixteen minutes, Nuri Bilge Ceylan's latest is an extensive look at the morally complex world of a wealthy Turkish man.

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    Cannes Review: Pedro Almodovar-Produced 'Wild Tales' Is a Brilliant Social Satire

    Wild Tales" enacts a savage assault on contemporary Argentine society, skewering class and gender biases through a series of morbid segments alive with dark humor.

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