Guns, testosterone and Cadillac… Quentin Tarantino’s lesson in cinema at Cannes

Guns, testosterone and Cadillac… Quentin Tarantino’s lesson in cinema at Cannes

The competition for the Palme d’Or, which will be awarded on Saturday, will conclude at the Cannes Film Festival with the screening of films by Wim Wenders, Catherine Breillat, Alice Rohrwacher and Ken Loach, the latest in the competition. At the same time, the Croisette welcomed the famous star Quentin Tarantino, who came to give a wonderful lesson in cinema. France 24 were at the forefront.

THE Cannes Film Festival it enters the house. When the calculations are launched before the presentation of the prestigious Palme d’Or on Saturday, this end of the festival is marked by the presence on the red carpet of two “regulars” of the Croisette, who have come to present their new films in competition.

German director Wim Wenders, who has already launched the pilot documentary “Anselm” this year in a special screening, received a warm welcome on Thursday May 25 at the preview of “Full Day”, a poetic story about a public toilet worker in Tokyo. .

England’s Ken Loach, a veteran of the festival who has two Palmes d’or to his credit, is also back with “The Old Oak”, where a small town in the north of England sees his everyday life turned upside down by the arrival. of Syrian immigrants.

Two women are also in the spotlight: French Catherine Breillat with “Last Summer”, the story of an obsessive love between a woman and her 17-year-old son-in-law, and Alice Rohrwacher whose film “La Chimera” follows a gang. of small art dealers in Tuscany.

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