Wednesday, May 15, the first two French films in competition are screened at the Cannes Film Festival (Alpes-Maritimes). "It's Jim Jarmusch's film crew with The Dead Do not Die who had the honor of stepping on the stairs first "says journalist Anthony Jolly about the opening ceremony on Tuesday, May 14th. Among the French films on display, we find The deer of Quentin Dupieux with Jean Dujardin. "It's a pretty crazy story on the paper of a man who slams everything overnight to afford the jacket of his dreams"says the reporter.
A Golden Palm to come?
The other film in competition Wednesday, May 15 is Wretched. A film directed by 39-year-old filmmaker Ladj Ly. It tells the integration of a new recruit of the Bac, the anti-crime squad, in Montfermeil (Seine-Saint-Denis). "This film is part of the official selection and could therefore quite receive the Palme d'Or", concludes Anthony Jolly.
Other topics of the JT