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Two films that premiered at the world’s most prestigious film festival… and one that raided it.
This week’s viewing tips celebrate the end of this year’s Cannes Film Festival with spotlights on two past highlights available for viewing: Anchoress, Siam Sunset. And then there’s Con Man, which also took part in Cannes (in a manner of speaking):
Tags: anchoress, cannes, chris_newby, con man, FILM_145, FILM_202, FILM_215, john_polson, richard_martini, siam sunset
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