Cannes: ‘The Immigrant’ stirs emotional response


From left, actors Jeremy tenner, Marion Cotillard and director James Gray arrive for the screening of the film The Immigrant at the 66th international film festival, in Cannes, southern France, Friday, May 24, 2013. AP

CANNES, France— James Gray’s sincere …

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  • batangpaslit

    i’ll buy a ticket when it will be shown in my area. must be an intriguing film, eh?
    “American Dream” is nothing but big hamburger, big cola drinks, big bottled beer, etc.
    immigrants, except for kunsuelo de bobo, are here to work as factory workers.
    it is a glass ceiling matter.
    one can look up the blue sky; but, immigrants could not reach the blue sky unless America granted him or her the permission to break the glass ceiling.
    immigrants are merely filler ng trabaho na ayaw gawin ng Kano.

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