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    Cannes Review: 'Wrong Elements' Is 'The Act of Killing' for the Ugandan Civil War

    Jonathan Littell's documentary is exhausting, immensely powerful and ethically unsure.

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    Review: 'Welcome to Happiness' Is a Feature-Length Supercut of First-Time Filmmaker Mistakes

    Olivia Thirlby and Kyle Gallner star in a movie that feels like a disastrous combination of "Lost" and "Garden State."

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    Cannes Review: Laura Poitras' Julian Assange Doc 'Risk' is a Prequel to 'Citizenfour'

    The filmmaker follows up her Oscar-winning Edward Snowden documentary with the saga of WikiLeaks.

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    Cannes Review: Vincent Cassel Steals the Show in Xavier Dolan's 'It's Only the End of the World'

    The Canadian director's latest feature isn't one of his best, but it's not a total misfire.

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    Cannes Review: Studio Ghibli-Produced 'The Red Turtle' is a Quiet Little Masterpiece

    Michaël Dudok de Wit's poignant, wordless feature is a magical ode to the cycle of life.

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    'Ma Ma' Review: Penélope Cruz Can't Save This Bizarre Cancer Melodrama From Director of 'Sex And Lucia'

    Spanish filmmaker Julio Medem delivers a strangely optimistic and unfortunately misguided ode to the beauty of dying.

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    Cannes Review: Sonia Braga Gives a Brilliant Performance in 'Aquarius'

    The "Kiss of the Spider Woman" star provides a powerful center to Kleber Mendonça Filho's absorbing drama.

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    Cannes Review: 'The Unknown Girl' is Dardenne Brothers Doing a Detective Movie

    Adèle Haenel stars in the Belgian filmmakers' latest naturalistic drama, which retreads a lot of familiar territory.

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    Cannes Review: 'Dogs' Is a Hollow Romanian Riff on 'No Country for Old Men'

    Bogdan Mirică's nihilistic debut is all bark and no bite.

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    Review: Adrien Brody-Starring 'Manhattan Night' Is A Half-Baked Spin On The Hard-Boiled Film Noir

    Director Brian DeCubellis' feature debut tries to fake his way through a film noir that has zero bite or style.

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