Cannes' Director's Fortnight Lineup Includes Gaspar Noe's Latest Provocation "Climax"

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Cannes' Directors’ Fortnight has announced their titles  The 50th edition of the festival will include Gaspar Noé's latest provocation picture called “Climax.” The film is about a group of urban dancers in the '90s who are secretly drugged and start to lose their marbles. 
Pajaros De Verano” (“Birds Of Passage”) will open the festival, the latest film by “Embrace Of The Serpent” director Ciro Guerra, is about the Columbian drug trade.
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Much to my pleasure, Sundance gems “Mandy,” from director Panos Cosmos and starring Nic Cage,  and Debra Granik‘s great “Leave No Trace” will also be in attendance.
The full lineup of feature films for Directors’ Fortnight:
“Pajaros De Verano” (“Birds Of Passage”), Cristina Gallego, Ciro Guerra
“Amin,” Philippe Faucon
“Climax,” Gaspar Noé
“Carmen y Lola,” Arantxa Echevarria
“Comprame un Revolver,” Julio Hernandez Cordon
“Les Confins du Monde,” Guillaume Nicloux
“El Motoarrebatador,” Agustin Toscano
“En Liberté,” Pierre Salvadori
“Joueurs,” Marie Monge
“Leave No Trace,” Debra Granik
“Los Silencios,” Beatriz Seigner
“Ming Wang Xing Shi Ke De,” Ming Zhang
“Mandy,” Panos Cosmatos
“Mirai,” Mamoru Hosoda
“Le Monde Est a Toi,” Romain Gavras
“Petra,” Jaime Rosales
“Samouni Road,” Stefano Savona