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Cate Blanchett Will Preside Over 2018 Cannes Jury

Australian stage and screen actress Cate Blanchett will serve as President of the Jury of the 71st Festival de Cannes (Tuesday May 8 through Saturday, May 19). 370 more words

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The Square

Winner of the 2017 Palme D’Or, The Square assembles a great deal of satirical storylines all revolving around Christian—an art curator of a famous modern art museum in Stockholm. 206 more words

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4 months, 3 weeks and 2 days - Movie Review

I saw “4 months, 3 weeks and 2 days” on Saturday and I am still thinking about the movie. The brutal, to-the-point portrayal is disgusting, creepy, hideous, dark and terrifyingly disturbing. 1,127 more words

REVIEW: The Square (2017)

The following is a review of The Square — Directed by Ruben Östlund.

Had you told me in the beginning of the year that a Swedish film about a Dane looking for his stolen smartphone while he has to take part in discussions about the amorphous nature of ‘the exhibitable’ at an art museum, then I probably wouldn’t have known whether to laugh or cry. 445 more words

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The Square (Sweden, 2017)

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Our series on Oscar contenders continues…

When the nominees for the 90th Academy Awards will be announced, next January, Cannes’ Palm d’Or, Ruben Östlund’s… 462 more words

Contemporary Cinema

The Square

Directed by Ruben Östlund, reviewed by me. 

Hey, everyone, so today I’m doing my first movie review. I should probably mention I’m a pretty avid reader of Rotten Tomatoes’ home page, and I’ve read a lot of their certified critics’ one or two line reviews. 1,448 more words

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'The Square': Trust, Art and #MeToo ✮✮✮✮✮

Writer/director Ruben Östlund means to satirize modern art in this award-winning 2017 movie, “The Square,” but he also exposes some uncomfortable realities in this post-Women’s March as we currently ride the treacherous waves of #MeToo revelations. 945 more words

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