On the eve of the opening of the 76th edition of the Cannes Film Festival, Ruben Östlund confides in Le Figaro with unusual seriousness. The president of the jury knows the responsibility that falls on him. "The films that will be awarded will benefit from a wider audience, this will have consequences for society," explains the Swedish director. I would also remind the jury that we see works together, in the same room. Cinema is a collective, social experience, the opposite of the individual screens on which we scroll the rest of the time." We do not yet know what impact will have on society Anatomy of a Fall, the beautiful film by Justine Triet, crowned with the Palme d'Or Saturday night.
Double Palme d'Or (The Square in 2017 and Sans filtre in 2022), Östlund knows what he owes to the Cannes Film Festival. From film to film, he has continued to expand his audience and gain recognition. As a showman who likes to make an impression with spectacular and provocative images...
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