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French Film Wins the Golden Palm

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Bad fashion. Good fashion. Lovely films. Duds. Kanye is now a director. Cannes is over. And the winner of the Palm d’Or is….

Amour directed by Michael Haneke

There are other movie awards beside the Oscars. Palm d’Or (Golden Palm) is one of the favorites. It’s the award given to the best film at the Cannes festival. Congrats to this year’s lucky winner. Red carpet hits and misses. HERE. Play and replay trailers of all the other movies that competed but didn’t score the Palm d’Or. HERE. Curious about what Kanye’s “post-Steve Jobs,” Arab-esque, Hip-hopping, Music-video-ish movie is all about, HERE. WATCH Trailer of Amour

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