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by www.cine-vue.com - John Bleasdale - 22 May 2013

Cannes Film Festival 2013: 'Grigris' review
Mahamat-Saleh Haroun's latest feature Grigris (2013) recounts a tale of hope against despair in the director's native country of Chad. It tells the story of the titular Grigris (played by Souleymane Deme), a young man whose ambition is to be a dancer despite having a paralysed leg. He's a...

by www.screendaily.com - Jonathan Romney - 23 May 2013

Blue Is The Warmest Colour
Director Abdellatif Kechiche is a past master of expansiveness, known for stretching his running times - notably in L’Esquive and The Secret Of The Grain - to allow his dramas the maximum breathing space. The technique again pays terrific dividends in Blue Is The Warmest Colour (La Vie...

by www.latimes.com - Kenneth Turan - 22 May 2013

Alexander Payne feels at home with 'Nebraska'
The script for the impressive film resonated with the director, who put off the project for years — a delay that deepened the material for him. Writer-director Alexander Payne has been nominated for three screenplay Oscars and has won two. So what did the man responsible for films...

by www.guardian.co.ok - Peter Bradshaw - 22 May 2013

Cannes 2013: Only God Forgives – first look review
Ryan Gosling and Nicolas Winding Refn re-team for an emotionally breathtaking, aesthetically brilliant and immensely violent thriller set amongst US expatriates in Bangkok. It may not win the Palme D'Or, but it could win the Walkout D'Or, a gold trophy of a cinema-seat banged up into the upright...

by www.independent.co.uk - Geoffrey MacNab - 22 May 2013

Cannes review: All Is Lost starring Robert Redford is almost dialogue-free, but exceptionally compelling nevertheless
JC Chandor's latest film sees 76-year-old Redford soaked, frozen bloodied and battered. JC Chandor’s remarkable second feature (after 2011’s Margin Call) is a story of a man lost at sea. There is only one actor (Robert Redford as the sailor) and no dialogue at all outside the short...