The Worst Person in the World
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Cannes 2021 provided some of the year's best films and some of the worst box-office returns. Here's why this year's festival could be different.
And they aren't alone. Here's why nobody should be surprised by the international presence in major categories.
"The Worst Person in the World" is the best subtitled film to open since "Parasite" in 2019. Is Neon's latest film an arthouse savior?
Specificity is key, according to director Joachim Trier.
With "The Worst Person in the World" hitting theaters and a retrospective making the rounds, the acclaimed Norwegian filmmaker reflects on the subtle and overt links between these stories.
The Norwegian breakout picked up Best Actress at Cannes, but the accolades deserve to keep coming for her transformative, lived-in work.
One of the best movies of 2021 is finally being released in 2022 on February 4.
Anders Danielsen Lie is a multitasking king thanks to his roles in "Bergman Island" and "Worst Person in the World" — and as a municipal doctor in his home country.
Expect the film to be a likely submission from Norway for the Best International Feature Oscar.
Three standouts from this year's festival show the potential of multi-film storytelling beyond the multiplex.
"Oslo, August 31" director Joachim Trier returns to the restlessness of his earlier films about hot young people finding their way.
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