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Bullets, Vampires And Hippies: Cannes Gets Invaded by English-Language Indies

The Wrap

Like female directors, American directors are sometimes in short supply at the Cannes Film Festival. But just as a couple of the women in competition have shaken things up this year — first Maren Ade with “Toni Erdmann” and then Andrea Arnold with “American Honey” — a pair of young American directors and a British director telling a thoroughly American story, have also made a splash in the Un Certain Regard sidebar.

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