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Damsel

A bit of a high-wire act from its gifted cast, particularly Robert Pattinson, Mia Wasikowska and co-writer/director David Zellner, who must navigate terrain that’s both…

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The Catcher Was a Spy

Paul Rudd plays against type, though not effectively, in this true story of a baseball catcher who was also an OSS agent.

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Ballad of Narayama

"The Ballad of Narayama" is a Japanese film of great beauty and elegant artifice, telling a story of startling cruelty. What a space it opens…

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Ben Cannes 2015

The following table of contents compiles coverage from RogerEbert.com of Cannes 2015, featuring essays and videos from Ben Kenigsberg, freelance film critic and contributor to RogerEbert.com. Ben saw dozens of films this year, and covered most of them, including major prize winner "Son of Saul". He also attended a panel on empathy featuring Chaz Ebert, and reported back for us, along with a recap of a centennial tribute to Orson Welles.

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Cannes 2015: "In the Shadow of Women," "Son of Saul," The Orson Welles Centennial

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Cannes 2015: "My Golden Days," "By Sidney Lumet," "Irrational Man"

Cannes 2015: "Disorder," "A Perfect Day," "Arabian Nights"

Cannes 2015 Panel: "What Does Empathy Look Like on the Big Screen?" 

Cannes 2015: "Dégradé," "Marguerite & Julien," "The Grief of Others," "Arabian Nights, Volume 2" and a showcase for diversity

Cannes 2015: "Hitchock/Truffaut," "The Green Room," "Love"

Cannes 2015: Manoel de Oliveira's "Visit, or Memories and Confessions"

Cannes 2015: Palme predictions

Cannes 2015: Jacques Audiard's "Dheepan" wins Palme d'Or

Video: Cannes Roundtable Discussion


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