Don’t miss this spring a few good movies from the Cannes film festival
The Killing of a Sacred Deer
Colin Farrell, who starred in the Greek film Director in “the Lobster,” in a recent interview admitted that “Murder” is an absolutely fantastic film, unlike anything existing. The plot seems simple. The teenager is trying to involve the surgeon Steven into their family. When the attention of the child becomes a real threat, the perfect life of a surgeon is bursting at the seams. Stephen will have to bring something in sacrifice. Interestingly, Farrell was back on the screen with Nicole Kidman.
Lanthimos took away from Cannes in 2015 jury prize for “Lobster”. Perhaps now he, too, will be lucky if he gets into the program. Also don’t forget about most excited TV series of this year and try walking dead season 5 free download at Netflix for example.
The return of Steven Soderbergh in a big movie where he’s repeatedly trying to get away. Channing Tatum, Daniel Craig, Adam Driver, Hilary Swank, Katherine Waterston, Riley Keogh, Katie Holmes, Sebastian Stan, Seth MacFarlane and Katherine Heigl in an adventure Thriller about two brothers who plan a robbery during a NASCAR race. Soderberg opened in Cannes: his debut film “Sex, lie and video” received the “Palme d’or”. Time would have to be back on the Croisette, even if not in the contest.
Alexander Payne loves the Cannes film festival. When his “ne” participated in the contest, the Director had seen in the halls for the contest. New tape Payne seems a little phantasmagoric content. The protagonist (Matt Damon) is having trouble with money and moved to a special commune for reduced people, despite the objections of his wife. Besides Damon, the film stars Kristen Wiig, Christoph waltz, Neil Patrick Harris, Jason Sudeikis, Alec Baldwin and Margo Martindale.
Think it’s one hundred percent hit in the contest, if not wholly “Palm branch”. The new movie Maestro Michael Haneke — episode in the life of a bourgeois European family, set against the backdrop of the crisis with the refugees. Starring: Isabelle Huppert, Mathieu Kassovitz, Jean-Louis Trintignant, Toby Jones. Usually in the year that participates in the competition Haneke, the remaining Directors understand their own helplessness.
Swedish stage Director’s Director Lisa langset in 2010 opened us actress Alicia Vikander in the drama of “something beautiful.” Now, Langset debut with an English film, which also relieves Vikander. Laureate of “Oscar” and Eva green play a feuding sisters traveling through Europe. Langset never been to Cannes so that the festival can open the world the name of this talented young postanowili.