Harrison Ford have received, by surprise, a golden palm of honor Shortly before the film’s world premiere at the Cannes Film Festival Indiana Jones and the Dial of Fate’ (“Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny”). The 80-year-old American actor claimed to be “deeply moved” by the gap.
Ford dons the hat once again Indiana Jones in a film in which he is accompanied by the British phoebe waller-bridge, who plays his granddaughter in the film, Mads Mikkelsen, Boyd Holbrook and young Frenchman Ethan Isidore, who somehow inherits the role of Stomper (short round) in ‘The Temple of Doom’. directed ‘Indiana Jones and the Dial of Fate’ james mangold And some of the symbols from the previous installments also appear in it.
located in new story New York in 1969, with an Indiana Jones about to retire as an archeology professor who suffers from the estrangement from Marion (Karen Allen), whom he married at the end of the previous installment. However, Helen Shaw arrives, the daughter of his old friend Basil (Toby Jones) and granddaughter of Indy, as well as an archaeologist and dealer in valuables. an impression that emphasizes that Indiana Embark on an adventure that will take you around the world like never before in the saga.
is about A film full of winks for fans of the saga that maintains the most recognizable classic elements Indiana Jones giving them a new character, using more special effects including digitally rejuvenating faces of Ford and Mikkelsen for a key sequence in the film.
The makers and the actor have assured from the beginning that this is the end of the character, however in the future we will check whether it is complete, because Hollywood He is a master at squeezing out his characters and stories.
This Wednesday, a great ovation starred in the projection Cannes ‘Strange Way of Life’, a short film that is a “fad” by Pedro Almodovar, featuring fashionable actor, Chilean Peter Pascal Near Ethan Hawke, This project originated from a proposal by Anthony Vaccarello The creative director of Yves Saint Laurent, who is the producer of the film, and Manchego wanted to work with the director.
The short was shown outside the festival competition but in its official section, to a packed room and with guests such as Catherine Deneuve, Javier Dolan, Blanca Lea or Spain’s Minister of Culture and Sports. Mikel Iketa, It begins very poetically, with the fado that gives the film its title, in a version by Caetano Veloso by Amália Rodrigues, and whose text suggests that there is something more strange than turning away from one’s desires. There is no existence.
The audience didn’t hesitate to stand up to celebrate it Second short film in English by the director which explores the relationship of two cowboys, complicated by a murder and filled with his recognizable Precious style and detail.