NEON has earned the right to brag to Palme d’Or Cane winners for the third time in a row tonight, a satirical comedy by Ruben Ostlund. The triangle of sorrow, Which made a huge crowd happy during the fest.
The film follows Neon’s previous Palme d’Or winner, last year Titanium And, of course, 2019’s Parasites Which won four Oscars, including Best Picture.
The triangle of sorrow Knock over 1% and follow a fashion model and her model casting agent partner, starring Charlie Dean and Harris Dickinson. The pair climb into luxury yachts where they are the poorest of the poor. Woody Harrelson plays a Marxist captain who gets drunk with a Russian oligarch, reads the Communist Manifesto, and throws his yacht into rough water until the passengers gossip and vomit. The Hijinks brought a portion divided into a secluded island.
Picture clock in 2 1/2 hours. While it’s not uncommon for filmmakers to re-edit their films for release in theaters, Ostlund said: “We’re going to make it longer and richer; That is what will happen if there is a movie. ”
“I have three cuts in what I want to do,” the Swedish director told Ear Press on the closing night. “Some turning points were kept away during the editing process.”
Ostlund joins a rare club of nine filmmakers who have twice won the Palme d’Or in Cannes. This includes his own addition (lstlund won in 2017) Square), Francis Ford Coppola (Conversation And Now the revelation), Billy August (The winner And The best purpose), Luke and Jean-Pierre Darden (Rosetta And Children), Michael Haneke (White ribbon And Love), Shohei Imamura (Narayamar Ballad And Slope), Amir KusturikaDad is on a business trip And Underground), Why elasticity (The wind blows And Me, Daniel Blake), And Alf Sjöberg (Pain And Miss Julie)
Tonight the festival moderator asked, “Is it true that the party celebrating Pam D’Or will be on a cruise ship?”
“We’ll blow it up!” সিনstlund joked about the movie mentioning a historical pivotal point.
The filmmaker, who arrived at the press room 2 1/2 hours after receiving the award, said he was influenced by Louis Bunuel, his humorous, politically cinematic style, a filmmaker known for making “wildly entertaining films” – critical of the time. We are living. “