Cannes 2022: The Golden Palm of Ostlund’s “Triangle of Sorrow” | – Culture

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Robin Ostlund was awarded the Palme d’Or for his social satire ‘The Triangle of Grief’ at the Cannes Film Festival Gala on Saturday. The idea for the film, which was funded by the Moin Film Fund, came from Hamburg.

by Patricia Battle

What a victory for Robin Ostlund of Sweden! In 2017, he won the Palme d’Or in Cannes for his social satirical book “The Square”. Five years later, she returned to competition at the 75th Cannes Film Festival, competing for another 20 entries. Director Ostlund’s name did not appear until the end. But then Mexican director Alfonso Cuaron appeared on stage to announce the winner of the Palme d’Or 75 with the competition’s jury president, Vincent Lyndon.

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In fact, Ruben Östlund happily captures the Palme d’Or and makes the entire Lumiére movie hall boil over the Croisette. He made a movie that asks questions that will make you think. His wife Sina Ostlund, who comes from Hamburg, gave him the idea for the film. Robin Ostlund told NDR Kultur shortly before the festival began.

His social satire with Iris Berben, Woody Harrelson is about two models who go on a luxury cruise with billionaires in the South Pacific. The journey ends in absurd disaster when the ship sinks and some survivors manage to escape to a deserted island. The world premiere had already caused a lot of laughter on the part of the audience, and the many ridiculous situations in the film with a disastrous character provided comedic moments.

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It’s a movie with “many great ideas,” said Helge Albers, Moin’s director of film finance. About production in conversation with NDR Kultur. The battle of quotes and the idea of ​​prostitution as a guy for pretzel sticks is great. “A role-playing twist, this exaggeration is very contemporary and funny and clever and big. It’s a great movie.”

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Iranian actress Zahra Amir Ebrahimi with her palm as best actress in Cannes © Vianney Le Caer / Invision / AP / dpa +++ dpa-Bildfunk Photo: Vianney Le Caer

Another film supported by the Mueen Film Fund received an award at the ceremony: Iranian Tsar Amir Ebrahimi received the palm tree for the best female lead role in the thriller “Holy Spider” directed by Ali Abbasi. You play a journalist who investigates the dark side of the Iranian city of Mashhad to get the truth about the serial murders of prostitutes by the so-called “spider killer”.

South Korean Song Kang-ho received the palm of his hand for Best Actor for his role in the Japanese film “Broker” by Hirokazu Kore-eda. Three years ago he played the lead role in the award-winning Palm film “Parasite”.

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South Korean Park Chan-wook was honored as the best director in Cannes, and the Grand Jury Prize was won by French director Claire Denis for “Stars at Noon” and Belgium’s Lucas Donet for “Close”. The Cannes Film Festival lists all the other awards on its website. “Triangle of Sadness” will be shown in German cinemas at the Alamode Distribution in October.

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