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Films Day 2

Today's films from the official selection are:

Nominees for the Golden Palm

Nobody Knows (Daremo Shiranai) is by Kore-Eda Hirokazu (Japan), and his film Distance was in the official selection in 2001. His fourth feature treats the true story that took place in 1988 "Affair of the Four Abandoned Children of Nishi-Sugamo" where four children fathered by different men and abandoned by their mother learn how to survive and talk care of each other.

Consequences Of Love (Le Conseguenze Dell'amore) Italy by Paolo Sorrentino, a film about a well-dressed Italian man who spends eight seemingly idle and silent years in a nondescript hotel in Switzerland. Features Toni Servillo, Adriano Giannini (son of Giancarlo Giannini) and Olivia Magnani (great niece of Anna Magnani).

Out Of Competition

From the maker of The Pinochet Case screened at the Cannes Critics Week 2001, Patricio Guzman presents a personal portrait of the assassinated and democratically elected leader of Chile in Salvador Allende (Co-production Chile/France /Belgium/ Germany/Spain).

Troy by Wolfgang Petersen (UK/Malta), blockbuster, with digitally animated fight scenes with thousands of soldiers about how Paris, Prince of Troy, sweeps Queen Helen away from her husband, dishonoring not only King Menelaus but brother Agamemnon. Havoc is awoken in this time honored Greek legend and only Achilles (Brad Pitt) can save the day.

A Certain Regard
10 X Ten (Iran) by the provocative Abbas Kiarostami, is a film about ten car journeys that delve into the subjects of love, gender and everyday life through conversations between a Tehrani woman and the passengers she picks up. Kiarostami's digital camera was stationed in the front seat of the car for the entire shoot.

Bienvenue En Suisse (France/Switzerland)is Léa Fazer's debut film, one of a small handful of women behind the camera selected at Cannes bring us a drama about a man who returns with his girlfriend to Switzerland to attend his grandmother's funeral and hopefully make good use of the inheritance.

Special Cannes Classics Features

Mother India By Khan Mehboob, Ordet By Carl Theodor Dreyer
The Loneliness Of The Long Distance Runner
 By Tony Richardson.

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