There's only a few days left of the 2013 Cannes Film Festival, but still some of the biggest films are yet to come. Tomorrow brings Alexander Payne's "Nebraska," while Saturday includes both Roman Polanski's "Venus In Fur" and Jim Jarmusch's "Only Lovers Left Alive." And as for Friday? Well, Friday brings the return to Cannes of one of their favorite filmmakers, James Gray, back with his first film since 2008's "Two Lovers" with "The Immigrant." We got our first brief glimpse of the period piece earlier in the week, and now a new, longer clip has arrived. It still features Marion Cotillard's refugee, Ewa, but rather than Jeremy Renner's magician Orlando, she's paired up with Joaquin Phoenix's Bruno, Orlando's cousin, a seemingly friendly man who actually pushes her into prostitution. Even more so than the last, this establishes some stunning production design, and the gorgeous-sepia toned look, courtesy of DoP Darius Khondji. In general, it just makes us wish it was Friday already....
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