Cannes Film Festival 2013

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Gambozinos (Country: Portugal; Year: 2013; Director: João Nicolau; Writer: João Nicolau; Stars: Tomás Franco, Paulo Ribeiro)
A 10-year-old boy faces up to the struggles of life in a summer camp. It’s not easy to be ignored by the girl of his heart or seeing his dormitory vandalised by adolescent thugs. Fortunately, in the forest, the Wild Haggis insists on remaining out of sight.
Lágy Eső (Soft Rain) (Country: Brazil, Hungary; Year: 2013; Director: Dénes Nagy)
A fostered child is adopted by a pig farmer and tries to adapt to his new circumstances.
Man kann nicht auf einmal alles tun, aber man kann auf einmal alles lassen (We can’t do everything at once, but we can give up everything in one go) (Year: 2013; Director: Elsa Sgualdo )
It all began on a couch. He watched her undress, and they made love for the first time.
O umbra De Nor (Country: Romania; Year: 2012; Director: Radu Jude; Writer: Florin Lazarescu; Stars: Serban Pavlu, Alexandru Dabija)
A priest is called to minister to a dying woman.
Pouco Mais De Um Mês (Country: Brazil; Year: 2013; Director: André Novais Oliveira; Stars: Élida Silpe, André Novais Oliveira)
André and Elida have been dating for a short time. In real life and in fiction.
Le Quepa Sur La Vilni! (Country: France; Year: 2013; Director: Yann Le Quellec)
Today, André comes out of his peaceful retirement The mayor has ordered him to lead a group of cyclists wearing sandwich boards through the mountains to attract people to the opening of the cinema. Despite his determination, the former postman has trouble controlling his young and impetuous teammate.
Que Je Tombe Tout Le Temps? (Year: 2013; Director: Eduardo Williams)
Searching for a seed, a young man emerges from the underground where he hangs out with his friends.
Solecito (Country: Colombia, Denmark; Year: 2013; Director: Oscar Ruiz Navia; Stars: Camila Lllanos Correa CORREA, Maicol Stiven Quinonez )
The protagonists met this director during a casting process at their high school. Right there, they told him the story of their love relationship breaking up. What if a fiction would allow them to get back together ?
Swimmer (Country: UK; Year: 2012; Director: Lynne Ramsay; Stars: Tom Litten, Niall Burton, Curtis Coker, Joshua Coleman, Tony Heirs, Samuel Harry Hockday, Adam Holden, Kit Johnson, Charlie Likeman, Caleb Powel Lindon-Emms, Gabriel Ronnie Lindon-Emms, Joshua John Lindon-Emms, Carolina Main, Jasper Martin, Sophie McKeeman)
The film enters the mind of an endurance swimmer on a journey through Britain's waterways, using sound and images to penetrate his thoughts, feelings, dreams, nightmares, memories, escape.

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