Cannes 2018: Kevin MacDonald’s ‘Whitney’, Lars von Trier’s NEW Scandalous Film + 3 More Memorable Moments and Movies

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The 71st annual Cannes Film  is currently being held from 8 to 19 May 2018. Check out highlights of the and most memorable premieres. 

Whitney, Kevin MacDonald

People are pleased by the new documentary film showed this year at the Cannes. “Whitney” by Kevin MacDonald left a scar in the hearts of the guests. Here are some of the reviews:

“Leaving the Palais after the midnight screening of the Whitney documentary at 2:35am. It does not sugar-coat the realities of Whitney Houston’s life at all, and, through his difficult questions, director Kevin Macdonald breaks tragic news about her personal life,” stated Nadia Neophytou.

“Kevin MacDonald provides a fittingly excellent doc for a supreme musical talent, unafraid to ask hard questions and breaking news about abuse that scarred her. Notable abscenses, as is inevitable, but diverse voices lend credibility,” noticed Jason Gorber.

Most of the comments are positive, so don’t wait to check out “Whitney”.

The House That Jack Built, Lars von Trier

At the Cannes Film , for the first time since 2011, – a film by Lars von Trier was shown. All these years the Danish director, who accidentally joked about sympathy for Hitler, was not welcomed at the .

This time he introduced new “The House That Jack Built.” The guests reacted to Trier’s new film no less keenly than to the ill-fated joke: at least 100 people left the room where the movie was shown.

Nevertheless, most of the film critics saw in the story about the serial killer as a genius essay about the art classes and their deplorable consequences.

Border, Ali Abbasi

At the Cannes Film , the film “Border” by the Swedish director of Iranian origin Ali Abbasi was shown. Film critics believe that in this film about the unusual inhabitants of Sweden the moral principles, social satire, love story, fairy tale, absurd comedy, and the thriller were mixed together.

“Border” follows a border guard who has an unusual the ability to smell emotions and catch criminals. Once, she meets a mysterious man with a smell that evokes feelings she has never experienced before.

BlacKkKlansman, Spike Lee

The film by Spike Lee “BlacKkKlansman” is the story of a black policeman joined the Ku Klux Klan. Spike Lee, one of the founders of African-American cinema, who has not done really worthy films for a long time, returned with one of the coolest pictures at the .

Summer, Kirill Serebrennikov

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Source: Vox

In the competition program of the Cannes Film , Kirill Serebrennikov’s film “Summer” was shown. It’s a movie about the birth of an underground rock scene in the early 1980s.

The main characters of the picture are musicians Viktor Tsoi, Mike Naumenko and his wife Natalia Naumenko. The lyric and musical “Summer” is the best film of the director, who since August last year has been under house arrest.


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