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Cannes 2010. Top Picks (No Comment)

Cannes 2010. Top Picks (No Comment)
Cannes 2010
Uncle Boonmee Who Can Recall His Past Lives (Apichatpong Weerasethakul, Thailand)
Film Socialisme (Jean Luc Godard, Switzerland)
The Strange Case of Angelica (Manoel de Oliveira, Portugal)
Hands Up (Romain Goupil, France)
Des hommes et des dieux (Xavier Beauvois, France)
Two Girls on the Street (Andre De Toth, Hungary, 1939)
Le quattro volte (Michelangelo Frammartino, Italy)
My Joy (Sergei Loznitsa, Germany/Ukraine)
Outrage (Takeshi Kitano, Japan)
Ha Ha Ha (Hong Sang-soo, South Korea)
Poetry (Lee Chang-dong, South Korea)
On Tour (Mathieu Amalric, France)
La campagne de Cicéron (Jacques Davila, France, 1990)
Tuesday, After Christmas (Radu Muntean, Romania)
Nostalgia for the Light (Patricio Guzman, Chile)
Aurora (Cristi Puiu, Romania)
Au petite bonheur (Marcel L'Herbier, France, 1946)
I Wish I Knew (Jia Zhangke, China)
Todos vós sodes capitáns (Oliver Laxe, Spain)
Chantrapas (Otar Iosseliani, France/Georgia)
Carlos (Olivier Assayas, France/Germany)
The rest
No love going out to tender son?
Tender Son? I don’t know that one Nathaniel: nope!
As soon as Uncle Boonmee was announced, I convinced myself it would be the greatest movie ever made. Why do I know I won’t be disappointed? LONG LIVE JOE! (someone needs to think of a much more witty Joe cheer for us all….)
Kornél Mundruczó’s new picture. It was in competition.
Ah that one! I skipped it because I hated Delta.
Long live Joe and all his future lives! Vive Godard and de Oliveira!
No Kiarostami or Leigh, yet you rank Amalric’s film? Interesting, goes against the common grain which had Kiarostami and Leigh well up the lists
Daniel, could you spare some thoughts on the de Toth? I am really curious about it.

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