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Here are the 15 best movies I saw at Cannes this year, and why they’re worth seeing.
Mati Diop, the first black woman in Cannes history to have a film in the festival’s main competition, tells the story of Ada (Mame Bineta Sane), a Senegalese girl living in a poor village that’s been exploited by a wealthy developer.
The film — which won Balagov the Best Director Prize in the festival’s Un Certain Regard competition — is not easy to watch.
But it’s achingly beautiful, with unnerving performances.
Frankie (Isabelle Huppert) is a world-renowned actress who summons her family — her husband (Brendan Gleeson), son (Jérémie Renier), stepdaughter (Vinette Robinson) and family, and her ex-husband (Pascal Greggory) — to the idyllic landscape of Sintra, in Portugal.All things in life eventually end; is Malick’s most overtly political film and one of his most religious, urgent, and sometimes even uncomfortable because of what it says — to everyone, but specifically to Christians in places where they’re the majority — about the warp and weft of courage.It also seems designed to lodge barbs in a comfortable audience during an era of rising white nationalism.It’s unusually challenging to describe the movie, which plays out like a particularly bonkers episode of crossed with a Western, and which veers from action to horror to dystopian sci-fi to gallows comedy.Centering on a tiny Brazilian village named Bacurau, the film sees a mysterious threat endangering the lives of the residents — who then decide they have had just about enough of being exploited by that threat.