Owen Gleiberman on a seriously sexy French lesbian coming-of-age love story. Plus: ''The Immigrant''
The 66th Annual Cannes Film Festival is quickly coming to a close In fact, the Un Certain Regard winners were just announced now (you can see them all right here). But this year’s line-up, unlike year’s past put a lot of heavy weights near the end of the festival like Roman Polanski’s “Venus In Fur,” and Jim Jarmusch’s deadpanned, odd and deeply enjoyable vampire movie, “Only Lovers Left Alive” which screened last night (you can read our review right here). The film centers on a deeply depressed underground musician (Tom Hiddleston) whose romantic solitude in Detroit and Tangiers who restored when he is reunited with his strong and enigmatic lover (Tilda Swinton). Their love has endured several centuries, but their debauched existence is soon disrupted by the arrival of the her younger sister (Mia Wasikowska) and her boyfriend (Anton Yelchin). Disenfranchised by the way humanity has evolved can these strangers on the fringes continue to survive in the modern world is collapsing...
The debut from Seville director Paco R. Banos centers on a young heroine who struggles against her fear of falling in love.read more
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