Cannes Film Festival 2023

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Vincent Must Die Vincent Must Die
Vincent Must Die and Inshallah A Boy
Ama Gloria (Country: France; Year: 2023; Director: Marie Amachoukeli-Barsacq; Writer: Marie Amachoukeli-Barsacq, Pauline Guéna; Stars: Arnaud Rebotini)
Six-year-old Cléo loves her nanny Gloria more than anything. When Gloria must return to Cape Verde to care for her own children, the two must make the most of their last summer together.
The (Ex)perience Of Love (Le Syndrome Des Amours Passées) (Country: Belgium, France; Year: 2022; Director: Ann Sirot, Raphaël Balboni)
A couple who are unable to have children learn that because they suffer from Past Love Syndrome, the only solution is for them to sleep with all their exes again.
Il Pleut Dans La Maison (Country: Belgium, France; Year: 2023; Director: Paloma Sermon-Daï; Writer: Paloma Sermon-Daï; Stars: Purdey Lombet, Makenzy Lombet, Louise Manteau, Donovan Nizet)
Working odd jobs and stealing from tourists, teenage brothers left to their own devices support each other through a long, hot summer.
Inshallah A Boy (Inshallah Walad) (Country: Jordan; Year: 2023; Director: Amjad Al Rasheed; Writer: Delphine Agut, Rula Nasser, Amjad Al Rasheed; Stars: Mouna Hawa)
A mother fights for her rights in a partriachal system after her husband's death.
Lost Country (Country: France, Serbia, Luxembourg, Croatia; Year: 2023; Director: Vladimir Perisic; Writer: Vladimir Perisic, Alice Winocour; Stars: Boris Isakovic, Jasna Djuricic, Marija Skaricic, Jovan Ginic)
he sensorial, emotional and political formation of a boy born at the beginning of the Eighties in Tito's Yugoslavia, growing up in a Yugoslav Communist family as the political system around him radically changes.
No Love Lost (La Fille De Son père) (Country: France; Year: 2023; Director: Erwan Le Duc; Writer: Erwan Le Duc; Stars: Maud Wyler, Nahuel Pérez Biscayart, Camille Rutherford, Céleste Brunnquell, Alexandre Steiger, Mercedes Dassy)
A young father must deal with the fact that his now-teenage daughter is ready to move forward and build her own life away from him.
Power Alley (Levante) (Country: Brazil, France, Ururguay; Year: 2023; Director: Lillah Halla)
A teenage volleyball champion finds her whole future in jeopardy after discovering that she's pregnant, and struggles to access an abortion.
Le Ravissement (Country: France; Year: 2023; Director: Iris Kaltenbäck; Writer: Iris Kaltenbäck; Stars: Hafsia Herzi, Alexis Manenti, Nina Meurisse, Younes Boucif)
Lydia, a dedicated midwife, is in the middle of a break-up. At the time, her best friend Salomé tells her she is pregnant. One day, she comes across Milo - a one-night stand - as she is carrying her friend's baby in her arms.
Sleep (Jam) (Country: South Korea; Year: 2023; Director: Jason Yu; Stars: Jung Yu-mi, Lee Sun-kyun)
A pregnant wife becomes worried about her husband's sleeping habits. What starts out as light sleep-talking soon escalates to unexpectedly grotesque behaviour. They consult a sleep clinic without success and as his nightmarish behaviour escalates, they desperately seek help from a shaman.
Tiger Stripes (Country: Malaysia, Taiwan, Singapore, France, Germany, Netherlands, Indonesia, Qatar; Year: 2023; Director: Amanda Nell Eu)
A carefree 11-year-old girl begins to experience horrifying physical changes to her body.
Vincent Must Die (Vincent Doit Mourir) (Country: France, Belgium; Year: 2023; Director: Stéphan Castang; Writer: Mathieu Naert; Stars: Karim Leklou, Vimala Pons, François Chattot, Karoline Rose Sun, Emmanuel Vérité)
Vincent finds himself under attack for no apparent reason overnight. When the phenomenon intensifies, he must run and change his way of life completely.

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