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Video: Cannes Roundtable Discussion

What's going to win the Palme d'Or this year? Will Hou Hsaio-hsien finally win for "The Assassin"? Will Denis Villeneuve take it home for "Sicario"? Will "Son of Saul" produce the first Palme for a debut director since Steven Soderbergh? And what about the rest of the festival? Was it a good year? RogerEbert.com contributor Ben Kenigsberg, Barbara Scharres of the Siskel Film Center and Jason Gorber of TwitchFilm and Cineplex had a passionate roundtable conversation about this year's fest and we have the video for you. 

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