How long have I been saying this. If they're not persuaded by Tree they sure as hell won't be persuaded by Ceylan, at least not for the Palme. And yet, it does sound like Ceylan's most interesting work to date, in particular for being shot on 35mm rather than HD.ianungstad wrote:"Long and dull." seems to be the common refrain on twitter, re: Once Upon a Time in Anatolia...Chances of it being a serious contender for the palm seems remote.
Smithee's predictiions all look pretty solid.
Seems he's been reading the Criterion forum again! Although I'm no longer sure where this line of reasoning gets us... Which film is most like A Bronx Tale?Bradshaw wrote:Will jury president Robert De Niro go for something close to his heart or opt for something very, very different from the kind of film he would be in? People tend to assume the latter, and yet two years ago jury chief Isabelle Huppert presided over a jury that gave the prize to her friend and collaborator Michael Haneke. So I don't know.