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by www.screendaily.com - Lee Marshall - 18 May 2014

The Wonders
A rich, strange mix of coming-of-age film and troubled modern pastoral, The Wonders proves that Alice Rohrwacher’s spikily original feature debut, Corpo Celeste, was no flash in the pan. Delving partly into the director’s own family background, The Wonders (Le Meraviglie) captures...

by www.hollywoodreporter.com - David Rooney - 18 May 2014

'Wild Tales' ('Relatos Salvajes'): Cannes Review
It's easy to see what drew Pedro and Agustin Almodovar to produce Argentinean writer-director Damian Szifron's Wild Tales – the affinity is evident from the first of the six thematically connected stories that make up this subversive reflection on out-of-control behavior.

by www.screencomment.com - Ali Naderzad - 17 May 2014

Cannes Day 3: Winter Sleep (Kış Uykusu)
It would be difficult to write a review of this year’s Nuri Bilge Ceylan Cannes film in the space we normally intend for this type of article in Screen Comment. Our reviews are usually about 350 words and this word count just would not do it justice (plus, there’s always another movie to go...

by www.independent.co.uk - Louise Jury - 16 May 2014

Palme d’Or contender 'The Captive' has echoes of Madeleine McCann case
A  film inspired by the case of a missing child in Canada and which has parallels with the story of Madeleine McCann has received its premiere in Cannes.

by www.variety.com - Justin Chang - 16 May 2014

Cannes Film Review: ‘Amour fou’
An event that could hardly be described as a laughing matter somehow yields a dryly amusing and characteristically layered reflection on the absurdity of what humans call love in “Amour fou,” Jessica Hausner’s slow-building portrait of the German Romantic writer Heinrich von...