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Sophie & The Rising Sun!

Thank you the US, The United Arab Emirates, India, South Africa & Fiji.

We appreciate having all of you with us today to chat a bit about “ 148 more words

Life

Should We Listen To Critics?

There is currently a huge critic and audience divide, with megastar Dwayne Johnson calling out critics for their scathing Baywatch reviews.

Oh boy, critics had their venom & knives ready 😂.

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Opinion Piece

Mirror, Mirror (1 min read)

Written by Millionaire’s Digest Staff Member: Franci Hoffman

Founder & Owner of: BrewNSpew

Millionaire’s Digest Staff Team, Author, Successful Living Writer

“So much has been said and sung of beautiful young girls, why don’t somebody wake up to the beauty of old women?”-  Harriet Beecher Stowe

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Fiction

Cannes Compétition Prospectus – You Were Never Really Here

You Were Never Really Here

Lynne Ramsay

United Kingdom, United States, France

CRITICAL RESPONSE

“Male directors are often criticized for having a taste for gratuitous violence, but Ramsay gets down with the big boys in proving that blowing heads off can be a genderless pursuit. 297 more words

Movies

Cannes Compétition Prospectus – L'amant double

L’amant double

François Ozon

France

CRITICAL RESPONSE

“A sexy, deliciously silly and twisty thriller that laughs in the face of commonplace reason and ecstatically dials up its weirdness at every plot turn, Ozon’s film was a welcome reminder of the possibilities of cinema and its ability to fiendishly pull the rug from under a viewer.” –  229 more words

Movies

Cannes Compétition Prospectus – In the Fade

In the Fade

Fatih Akin

Germany

CRITICAL RESPONSE

“For good or bad, Akin has to grapple with the fact that everyone continues to compare his recent films with “Head-On,” one of those rare, hip crossover movies with appeal to critics and general audiences alike. 272 more words

Movies

Cannes Compétition Prospectus – A Gentle Creature

A Gentle Creature

Sergei Loznitsa

Ukraine, France

CRITICAL RESPONSE

“Loznitsa has always been a director fascinated by faces, the sheer variety of human expressions and physiognomies, so even if the film seems underscored by a steady drum beat of fury at the cruelty people can inflict on one another, there’s also a keening air of sorrowful, empathic humanism, like the sound of distant violin.” –  185 more words

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