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    Interview: Nicolas Winding Refn Compares 'Only God Forgives' To A Rembrandt, Responds To Critics & More

    There was undoubtedly no film that caused quite the same disproportionate signal-to-noise ratio last week as “Only God Forgives,” Nicolas Winding Refn’s return to Cannes after winning Best Director in 2011 for “Drive.” While to us the extremely polarized reaction felt more to do with the perils of u...

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    James Gray Feels "Embarrassed" For Critics For Complaining 'The Immigrant' Is Too Slow

    "The boos are the cost of being lucky. But they're still hard to hear," director James Gray recently told the LA Times about the reception he received in Cannes for 2008's "Two Lovers." But the filmmaker returned to the south of France last week to premiere his latest, "The Immigrant," where he's ki...

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    Cannes 2013 Wrap: TOH's Complete Coverage of This Year's Fest

    The 66th Cannes Film Festival wrapped on Sunday, with a rousing win for Abdellatif Kechiche's epic lesbian romance "Blue Is the Warmest Color." Below, our complete coverage of the fest -- all reviews, interviews and festival diary entries, in case you missed anything as the coverage came in fast and...

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    The 5 Best Films Plus The Highs & Lows Of The Playlist's Cannes 2013

    And so it's time to wrap up our time at the 2013 Cannes Film Festival and gently put it to bed. The consensus that seemed to emerge, and that we're on board with, was that this was a strong year at the festival, and if there was no single, unexpected, left-of-field standout (no "Holy Motors" leapt o...

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    Blue is the Warmest Color Author Slams Sex Scenes in Film Adaptation

    Everyone has been buzzing about Abdellatif Kechiche's Blue is the Warmest Color throughout all of Cannes and even more since its win of the coveted Palme d'Or. The three hour lesbian drama, received the prize the same day that anti-gay marriage protests, which was legalized earlier in the month, wer...

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    Palme d'Or Winner 'Blue is the Warmest Color' Tops Indiewire's Cannes 2013 Critics Poll

    The romance that claimed the Palme d'Or is also a hit with critics. "Blue is the Warmest Color," Abdellatif Kechiche's look at lovers Emma and Adele topped the Best Feature list, while co-stars Adele Exarchopolous and Lea Seydoux received top marks for Best Lead Performance and Best Supporting Perfo...

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    James Gray to Critics of 'The Immigrant''s Pace: "They Can Go F*** Themselves"

    "Movies are not barium enemas, you’re not supposed to get them over with as quickly as possible."

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    'Blue is the Warmest Color' Tops Screen Daily's Annual Cannes Critics Poll

    The Palme d'Or winner was also the favorite among the ten international critics who saw and rated every film in this year's Cannes Competition.

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    'The Immigrant' Director James Gray Tells His Cannes Critics To 'Go F*** Themselves' and Explains His Deeply Personal Connection to the Film

    Labeled "the most divisive film in Cannes competition" by Indiewire's Eric Kohn, James Gray's Marion Cotillard-starring period drama "The Immigrant" was among one of the most anticipated and ultimately debated films to play at the recently wrapped festival. Beloved by many for what Kohn described as...

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    Here Are All of Indiewire's Reviews From the 2013 Cannes Film Festival

    From the Palme d'Or winning coming of age epic "Blue is the Warmest Color" to Steven Soderbergh's star-studded Liberace biopic "Behind the Candelabra" to James Franco's most ambitious directorial effort to date, Indiewire was on the scene at the 66th Festival de Cannes to review the bulk of the most...

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