Tuesday, May 30, 2023

Indiana Jones says goodbye through tears at Cannes Film Festival

The adventures of Indiana Jones ended in style on what is considered the world’s largest movie stage, with a screening of the latest film in the saga at the cinema that crowns the popular Boulevard de la Croisette in Cannes.

There, Harrison Ford, who weeks ago assured that this was the last time he would be playing the famous archaeologist for the big screen, ending the film saga, when he was awarded the Palme d’Or at Cannes. The film festival surprised itself. Honorary, the highest individual award for an actor.

“I’m very impressed by it. They say when you’re about to die, you see your life flashing before your eyes, and right now I’m watching it flash. At least a big part of my life Part, though not all.

Accepting the top award in Cannes, Ford said, “My life has been sustained by my lovely wife, who has supported my passion and my dreams, and I am so grateful.”

Upon arrival, Ford and his wife were introduced to the public as Indiana Jones and Calista Flockhardt, the names of the actor and his big-screen partner. Once inside, the audience greeted him with five minutes of applause.

Directed by James Mangold, who led another saga that ended with the memorable “Logan,” starring Hugh Jackman, “Indiana Jones and the Call of Fate” is the seventh installment in the saga created by Steven Spielberg and George Lucas. Which will soon hit the screens worldwide.

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