• Cannes Claire Denis crashes into herself in 'Stars at Noon'

'Close' by Lukas Dhont


'Stars at noon' by Claire Denis

have won the Palme d'Or

ex aequo

at the Cannes Film Festival.

The brothers

Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne,

winners of two Palmes d'Or for "Rosetta" (1999) and "L'enfant" (2005), received this Saturday for "Tori and Lokita" the special award.

The South Korean

Park Chan-wook,

with "Decision to Leave", today won the award for best direction at the 75th edition of the Cannes International Film Festival.

South Korean actor

Song Kang-ho

received the award for best male performance at the Cannes Film Festival on Saturday for the film "Broker" by Japanese director Hirokazu Kore-Eda.

Song plays the role of a man involved in baby trafficking.

Fetish actor of his compatriot Bong Joon-Ho, he became known in 2019 for his performance in the movie "Parasite", which won the

Palme d'Or in 2019.

"Boy from Heaven" by Danish of Egyptian origin

Tarik Saleh

has won the award for best screenplay.

Iranian actress

Tsar Amir Ebrahimi

won the female acting award for her role in Ali Abbasi's "Holy Spider" on Saturday.

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