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From Cannes, a Cinematic After-Action Report

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From Cannes, a Cinematic After-Action Report

From Cannes, a Cinematic After-Action Report

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The 60th Cannes Film Festival drew more than 4,000 journalists, so it's possible you've heard a little something about the hits and misses there. Michael Moore screened a damning documentary about the U.S. health-care system, while singer Norah Jones made her acting debut in a film from Hong Kong auteur Wong Kar-Wai. Critic-at-large John Powers reports on other high- and low-lights.