11 memorable films that won the Golden Palm at Cannes
The 72nd Cannes Film Festival has started, and the red carpet footage has been the subject of controversy from day one. The most important event of European and World cinema, which will end on May 25th, is in the center of attention of all movie lovers.
The Romanian New Wave Cinema succeeded in the 2000s. This cinema, which has come to terms with the recent history of Romania and has made political messages and criticisms through human stories, has received great admiration. '4 Months, 3 Weeks, 2 Days' is one of the most symbolic films of the Romanian New Wave Cinema.
This film, which won Romanian director Cristian Mungiu the Golden Palm in 2007, was set in the last period of the Ceausescu regime in Communist Romania. He shared with us the appointment and subsequent tragedy arranged for one of the two young women who were university students to have an illegal abortion.
Michael Haneke is a name addicted to psychological movie lovers. The Austrian director's most acclaimed film recently & nbsp; 'Amour' was 'Love'. 'Amour', which won the Golden Palm in 2012, also received the & nbsp; 'Best Foreign Film' award at the Academy Awards.
Describing the marriage, love and devotion of two retired teachers in their 80s, 'Love' was particularly memorable with the performance of Emmanuelle Riva.
It was the film that introduced an actor like Adrien Brody to the world. The film, shot in 2002 by world-renowned director Roman Polanski, was a French-German-Polish co-production.
His screenplay was built on the book by Ronald Harwood about Wladyslaw Szpilman's life. In his music, Chopin's nocturne is used, especially Brody's performance, which left a lot of 'Pianist', Academy Awards, the actor 'Best Actor' Oscar won.
'Dance in the Dark' is a film that brings together Icelandic singer Björk and Denmark's most provocative director, Lars Von Trier. We saw in this film that Björk was also more likely to act as a singer.
The film, which won Lars Von Trier the Golden Palm in the early 2000s, tells the story of a dreamer factory worker who has vision problems and raises money to prevent his son from experiencing the problem.
Among the films that won the 'Golden Palm' in Cannes, 'Blue is the hottest color' is a bit different. Directed by Tunisian-born French director Abdellatif Kechiche, the film tells of the love of two young women. The performances of Lea Seydoux and Adele Exarchopoulos were widely talked about at the time.
What distinguishes Blue is the Hottest Color from other Golden Palm films is that the two leading actors confess their regret for working with the director. & Nbsp;
The Golden Palm is the French film 'Class', adapted from the novel by writer François Begaudeau. It won the 'unanimous' Golden Palm by the jury of that year's festival, and it was also the first French film to win this award 21 years later.
François Marin, a high school teacher, communicates with France's students from different ethnic backgrounds, the film basically criticizes the French education system and addresses the immigration problem.
The jury of Cannes changes every year. The only thing that does not change; The fact that every new jury loves Michael Haneke films Orijinal Das Weisse Band Orijinal in its original name, Beyaz White Band Türkçe in Turkish, is another film that earned Haneke a Golden Palm.
This 2009 black and white production describes the situation of a German town before the First World War. The film has achieved remarkable success as it deals with the issue of terrorism, prioritizing the nature of children.
'Pulp Fiction' or 'Cheap Novel', which we call it, is one of the leading films of popular culture. The 1994 production is directed by Quentin Tarantino. & Nbsp; It is also one of Tarantino's most memorable films. Nominated for seven Oscars in the 'Cheap Novel', almost like a movie parade of stars.
Uma Thurman's Samuel L. Jackson and John Travolta are starring in the 90s. The film also made it to the top 10 in IMDb's list of best films of all time.
Brad Pitt and Jessica Chastain co-star in the Tree of Life, one of the most controversial films of the recent period. The film tells the dramatic story of a family living in Texas in the 1950s.
This film, which contains psychological considerations, was criticized for its closed and complicated narrative, but was also appreciated for its exciting style.
"My uncle remembers his previous lives" for 2010 is "Thailand's greatest gift to world cinema". Written and directed by Apichatpong Weerasethakul, the film was awarded the Golden Palm, which caused intense criticism.
The pride of this list ... The pride of Turkish cinema's film Nuri Bilge Ceylan's films often return from Cannes with awards. But 'Winter Sleep' is a film that distinguishes itself by winning the grand prize.
Our tantalizing chest, in his speech when receiving the prize for Turkey 'lonely and beautiful country, saying that the touched Ceylan's film, starring Haluk Bilginer, share and wished she Melisa Sozen.
Mainly focusing on the definition of 'intellectual person', the film deals with situations such as the indifference of a retired actor who quits acting and the lack of responsibility.