CANNES I GET A BOO? – Film Bundle
Relive the thrill of Cannes’ legendary croisette over the years as we present our favorite film debuts and prize winners along the French Riviera that were initially met with jeers from the festival’s notoriously vocal audience.
Seven Film Bundle
$52.50 | $48.50 PFS Members
MICHELANGELO ANTONIONI | ITALY, FRANCE | 1960 | 144 MIN | NR | ITALIAN, FRENCH, GREEK
Friday, May 20 | 6:00 PM
Sunday, May 22 | 2:30 PM
Originally met with resentment, Michael Antonioni’s cinema changing drama finds the mysterious disappearance of a woman on the Mediterranean upending the lives of her lover and best friend.
SOFIA COPPOLA | USA, FRANCE, JAPAN | 2006 | 123 MIN | PG-13 | ENGLISH, LATIN, FRENCH
Saturday, May 28 | 12:00 PM & 6:00 PM
Met with shock at its debut, France’s “It Girl” of the 18th century has her cake and eats it too in Sofia Coppola’s stylish post-punk revisionist telling of the last queen of France’s days in Versaille.
QUENTIN TARANTINO | USA | 1994 | 154 MIN | R | ENGLISH, SPANISH, FRENCH
Saturday, May 28 | 2:45 PM & 8:45 PM
Just another day in sunny LA for two hitmen, a defamed boxer, and the rest of Tarantino’s memorable pop culture referencing hoodlums in the auteur’s Palme d’Or winner.
JANE CAMPION | AUSTRALIA | 1989 | 97 MIN | R | ENGLISH
Saturday, May 21 | 1:00 PM & 5:30 PM
Off-beat and disturbing, Jane Campion’s brilliantly assured debut finds the arrival of a rebellious and estranged sister upending the suburban ennui of a dispassionate couple.
MARTIN SCORSESE | USA | 1976 | 114 MIN | R | ENGLISH, SPANISH
Saturday, May 21 | 3:15 PM & 7:30 PM
A Vietnam vet taxi driver, increasingly disillusioned by the filth of late nights in 70s NYC, decides to take matters into his own hands in Scorsese’s definitive work of the era.
THE TREE OF LIFE
TERRENCE MALICK | USA | 2011 | 139 MIN | PG-13 | ENGLISH
Sunday, May 22 | 5:30 PM
Sunday, May 29 | 2:30 PM
Haunted by whispers of those passed, Terrence Malick’s grand, singular foray into the spiritual and metaphysical follows a lost soul recounting his early childhood in 1950s Texas.
WILD AT HEART
DAVID LYNCH | USA | 1990 | 125 MIN | R | ENGLISH, SPANISH
Friday, May 27 | 7:00 PM
Sunday, May 29 | 6:00 PM
Madly in love and on the run, Sailor and Lula take to the yellow brick road with a wicked mother and a bevy of despicable men on their trail in Lynch’s divisive Palme d’Or winner.
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