The jury of the 75th edition of the Festival awarded this Saturday evening the supreme award to Ruben Östlund for “Without filter” (“Triangle of Sadness”), which divided our critics. “Close” and “Stars at Noon” are ex aequo Grand Prix. An uneven track record, generous in quantity, but with major omissions.
The winners of the 75e Cannes Film Festival was revealed on Saturday evening by the Vincent Lindon jury and aroused contrasting reactions. Here is the detail.
Palme d’or: “Triangle of Sadness – Without filter”
Without filter (Triangle of Sadness) > Ruben Östlund indeed puts his feet in the caviar to buy a good slice of ultra-rich. Half-shock, half-knock, the provocative event of this 75e edition of the festival divides the editorial staff.
Awaiting release date.
Grand Prix tied: “Close” and “Stars at Noon”
Close > Léo and Rémi, 13, share everything. But ordinary homophobia ends up separating them. A touching melody but less convincing when it falls into tragedy.
Awaiting release date.
Stars at Noon > Preferring atmosphere to narration, and bodies to explanations, the French filmmaker revisits the adventure trill in vogue in the 80s. A fine exercise in style.
Best Director Award: Park Chan-wook, for “Decision to Leave”
Special price of 75e anniversary of the Festival: the Dardenne brothers
Tori and Lokita > Great regulars on the Croisette, the Dardenne brothers present this year the ordeal of two Beninese minors who entered Belgium illegally. A desperate work which, for once, leaves little room for light.
Snettle on September 28, 2022.
Jury Prize ex aequo “Les Huit Montagnes” and “Hi-han”
The Eight Mountains > It is with a heart full of hope that we are going to see the first film by Felix Van Groeningen to enter the competition in the Official Selection. Result: an avalanche of good feelings.
Released December 21.
Hi Han > By recounting the tribulations of a little donkey abused by men, the Polish filmmaker asserts himself as a defender of the animal cause. And fascinates by the look full of contempt that he poses on the human being.
Release date unknown.
Best Actress Award: Zar Amir Ebrahimi
Nights of Mashhad > In 2001, a mason in the holy city of Mashhad murdered sixteen prostitutes in the name of Allah. Ali Abbasi, an Iranian filmmaker who lives in Denmark, has reconstructed this news item in an effective thriller that is too complacent about the spectacle of violence.
Released July 13, 2022.
Best Actor Award: Song Kang-ho
The Lucky Stars > Four years after his Palme d’or for A family matter, Hirokazu Kore-eda boards the ramshackle van of a duo of child traffickers. A story full of good feelings, which overflows a little.
Released on December 7, 2022.
Screenplay Award: Tarik Saleh
Boy from Heaven > Tarik Saleh, director of Confidential Cairo, once again denounces the excesses of Egyptian power in a spy thriller whose hero is a young student at the Islamic Al-Azhar University.
Released November 9, 2022.
The Golden Camera, which rewards a first film. There were twenty-six this year:
war pony, by Gina Gammell and Riley Keough (USA).
Special mention to Map 75 by Hayakawa Chie (Japan, France, Philippines). The film was presented in the Un certain regard section. Released September 28.
Short Film Award: The Water Murmurs, from the Chinese Story Chen.
Special mention to Lori, by Abinash Bikram Shah (Nepal).
The other movies
From Un certain regard, to the Semaine de la critique and the Palm dog, all the other prizes are to be discovered in this article.
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Cannes 2022: “Triangle of Sadness”, Palme d’Or, and the rest of the winners