distance close be with Le Otto Montagne By Felix van Groningen and Charlotte Vandermerch, a second Flemish film was entered into the official competition at the Cannes Film Festival at the last minute.
Le Otto Montaigne, The Dutch “De Eight Mountains” was added to the official competition on Thursday. The organization of the Cannes Film Festival announced this. also Un petit Frere By French director Leonor Serraillet Tourment sur les les From Spain’s Albert Serra was added to the competition in due course.
Le Otto Montagne It is a quote from the bestseller Paolo Cognetti of the same name. In addition to directing, Van Groningen and Vandermerch also wrote the script. It is the story of Pietro and Bruno, a boy from the city and one from the mountains, befriended when they were eleven years old, with a forgotten part of the Alps as their kingdom. Their lives span, they lose each other and find each other again. While Bruno remains faithful to his mountain, Pietro travels the world. A journey into solitude and love, past and destination, on friendship, life and death.
Italian actors include Luca Marinelli (Martin Eden), Alessandro Borghi (The Demons), Filippo Timi (Vincere), and Elena Leti (Anna).
In addition to the Flemish close And Le Otto Montagne Is there a third Belgian film in competition: Tori and Lukita Directed by Luc and Jean-Pierre Dardenne, it is a film about two exiles, with an unbreakable bond, who come to settle in Belgium.
the rebel Adel Elaraby and Bilal Falah premiered in Cannes as a midnight special show for the official programme. The film follows the story of 13-year-old Moroccan boy Nassim. After his father’s death, he searches for his identity. His mother, Laila, is jealously trying to keep him away from his older brother Karim, a local merchant and gangster.
In addition to Adel and Bilal, Kevin Moll and Jan Van Dyck also co-wrote the script. The main roles of Abu Bakr Bensahi (black), Lubna Azbal (burner) and the Prince of Arabia.
The 75th edition of the Cannes Film Festival will take place in the French coastal city from May 17-28.
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