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Woody Allen among familiar faces at Cannes

...Charlotte Rampling, Laurent Lucas, Charlotte Gainsbourg and Andre Dussollier in a domestic drama from French director Dominik Moll, who made the hit thriller "With a Friend Like Harry." The festival's highest profile belongs to "Star Wars...

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...a tone of mounting alarm almost out of thin air. With Laurent Lucas, Sergi Lopez, Mathilde Seigner; directed by Dominik Moll. In French with English subtitles. ANGEL EYES (***, R, 104 minutes) Jennifer Lopez and Jim Caviezel star as...

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...a tone of mounting alarm almost out of thin air. With Laurent Lucas, Sergi Lopez, Mathilde Seigner; directed by Dominik Moll. In French with English subtitles. ANGEL EYES (***, R, 104 minutes) Jennifer Lopez and Jim Caviezel star as...

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...Kosslick said Wednesday. The 59-year-old actress has starred in films such as Francois Ozon's "Swimming Pool," Dominik Moll's "Lemming" and Laurent Cantet's "Heading South." Festival organizers didn't name the other members of the...

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Movies from 13 countries to compete at Cannes festival

...Also in the running are three French films, including Dominik Moll's "Lemming," which opens the festival. Director...Denmark: - Lars von Trier, "Manderlay" France: - Dominik Moll, "Lemming" (festival opener) - Michael Haneke...

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The Monk

Opens Friday, Mar 8, 2013 Synopsis: One man's soul is caught up in a battle of good vs. evil in this period drama from director Dominik Moll. Ambrosio (Vincent Cassel) has spent most of his life within the walls of a Capuchin monastery in Spain; he was left on their doorstep as an infant, and has grown into a man of God respected among his brothers for his fiercely held principles and intense faith. A new follower joins the order, Valerio (Déborah François), who wears a mask after being horribly disfigured in a fire, but Ambrosio discovers this story isn't true -- Valerio is disguised because he's actually a woman. Shortly after Valerio's secret is revealed, Ambrosio is bitten by a scorpion and the poison nearly kills him. Ambrosio eventually recovers, but he's a changed man after he returns to health, and begins showing a highly inappropriate interest in Antonia (Joséphine Japy), an innocent but beautiful young woman living nearby. As Ambrosio works a greater control over Antonia, some wonder if the monk was more deeply impacted by the scorpion's sting than they imagined -- or if Valerio's gender was not her only secret. Adapted from a novel by Matthew G. Lewis, Le Moine (aka The Monk) was an official selection at the 2011 Palm Springs Film Festival. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi Cast: Vincent Cassel, Déborah François, Joséphine Japy, Sergi López, Geraldine Chaplin Movie Details Play Trailer Buy Tickets Movie Review

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