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CANNES FILM FESTIVAL - 3 PACK
Our Cannes Film Festival DVD pack contains three great films that have been featured at the Cannes Film Festival. These films include Roads to Koktebel from Russia, Raja from France & Morocco, and Who's Camus Anyway? from Japan.
ROADS TO KOKTEBEL
"In less talented hands, the plot could have turned into just another road movie. Instead, helmers' taut script, skill with performers and loving eye for natural beauty create a film that recalls vintage Terrence Malick" --Leslie Felperin, Variety.com
"What distinguishes Raja from every other movie to contemplate the treacherous intersection of passion, avarice, and power is its unsettling emotional honesty." -- Stephen Holden, New York Times
WHO'S CAMUS ANYWAY?
"A cine-maniac's delight - true postmodernists, the students name drop Leos Carax, Quentin Tarantino and Luchino Visconti - Who's Camus Anyway? bristles with ferocious energy and wit" -- A.O. Scott, The New York Times
"Cannibal pulses from first scene to last...Manuel Martin Cuenca comes into his own!"
- Jonathan Holland, The Hollywood Reporter
"Stunning! Subtle but powerful [with] a magnetic lead performance!"
- Scott Clark, The People's Movies
"A meditative study in precision, pain, loneliness and redemption."
- Shelagh M. Rowan-Legg, Twitch
Official Selection - Seattle Int'l Film Festival
"Silvio Soldini again crafts a handsome, well-considered relationship drama."
- Jay Weissberg, Variety
"Smoldering red hot chemistry! A marvelous little gem!"
- Alan Bacchus, Daily Film Dose
"It's a vicarious joy to watch the lovers suffer for their passionâ?¦ Just as the lovers' meetings have a pleasant, naturalistic quality, the impending fallout feels like something softer than total disaster, in a modern way."
- Justin Stewart, The L Magazine
FOR A WOMAN
Official Selection - Brussels Film Festival
Official Selection - Santa Barbara Int'l Film Festival
"Luminous! [A] beautifully crafted historical melodrama!""
- Boyd van Hoeij, The Hollywood Reporter
"Director Diane Kurys paints an evocative, witty portrait of love, longing, ideology and desolation in post-World War II France. "
- Marci Schmitt, Minneapolis Star Tribune
"This is engrossing stuff, not only in the remarkable details of the parents' lives, but in the psychological nuance with which Kurys imagines them."
- Ben Sachs, Chicago Reader
FOR MY FATHER
Nominated - Best Supporting Actor - Award of the Israeli Film Academy
"Quite simply the most powerful and moving films I can remember seeing in years!"
- Eric Alterman, The Huffington Post
"Rich, moving [and] beautifully performed...I absolutely and unequivocably recommend it!"
- James van Maanen, TrustMovies.com
"A satisfying small film with a generous helping of privileged moments in which the characters can just be."
- George Robinson, The New York Jewish Week
Official Selection - Toronto Int'l Film Festival
"Both subtle and magnetic...Tahar Rahim [is] one of France's finest young actors...[FREE MEN] contributes a worthy and interesting chapter to the tradition of World War II dramas."
- A. O. Scott, The New York Times
"A testament to Rahim's screen presence...Free Men proves that the can't-take-your-eyes-off-him charisma the Franco-Algerian actor displayed in Jacques Audiard's A Prophet was no fluke."
- David Fear, Time Out New York
"[Tahar Rahim] has an undeniable screen presence that recalls a young Robert DeNiro [and] Lonsadale is, like always, a pleasure to watch."
- Jordan Mintzner, The Hollywood Reporter
Official Selection - Busan Int'l Film Festival
"...A modern tale on contemporary Italy where a love story intertwined with family affairs collides with the materialism of our times."
- Camilla de Marco, Cineuropa
Winner - Best First Feature Film - Berlin Int'l Film Festival
Winner - Best Ensemble Jury Award - LA Film Festival
"First-time writer-director Adam Reid has a lightly endearing touch!"
- Kyle Smith, The New York Post
"A small beauty of a film!"
- Marshall Fine, The Huffington Post
- Stephen Holden, The New York Times
"Brilliant storytelling...undeniable artistry!"
- Chris Cabin, Slant
"A marvelous tension between a prim comedy of manners and unbridled slapstick."
- Ronnie Scheib, Variety
"This entertaining and engrossing movie plays like a chess game between director and viewers."
- Janos Gereben, San Francisco Examiner
Official Selection - BFI London Film Festival
"[A] fascinating study of perseverance in the face of subhuman treatment."
- Boyd Van Hoeij, Variety
"A wonderful and important film! One of the most powerful and immediate films about illegal immigrants (from any country) to yet hit New York screens."
- James Van Maanen, Trust Movies
"A heroic central performance! The sincerity of the movie can't be denied."
- Joshua Rothkopf, Time Out New York
"Anthony Chen's portrait of a family in 1997 Singapore is one of those rare films that manages to capture an entire period within an intimate slice of life. Beautifully acted and precisely observed, Ilo Ilo is an amazing debut, full of heart and intelligence. "
- Ang Lee, Oscar-winning director
"A small gem about how families learn to persevere during the toughest times...Its emotional wallop sneaks up on you!"
- Tim Grierson, ScreenDaily
"The very beating heart and soul of cinematic storytelling."
- Robert Koehler, Film Comment