Another interesting movie is "Le Havre" by director Aki Kaurismäki. It tells the story of a shoeshiner who tries to save an immigrant child in the French port city Le Havre. At the press conference Aki Kaurismaki said about the film's humor, which is less ironic than his previous feature films: "When I look at the people in this world, I hold out no hope for our planet. So to avoid adding to the mess, this film is primarily designed to be an entertaining escape. I had already been disenchanted by some things at the age of 10, but back then I pretended in order to create hope in others." And the cast made the photocall the most informal - director Aki Kaurismaki is smoking and you know what actor Little Bob is doing (photo 2 of the "Le Havre" photocall).
"The Beaver" photocall - Jodie Foster, Kyle Killen, Keith Redmon
"The Beaver" press conference - Jodie Foster
"The Beaver" premiere - Mel Gibson, Jodie Foster, Laura Allen, Kyle Killen, Keith Redmon, Jean-Paul Belmondo, Bar Refaeli, Naomi Campbell, Doutzen Kroes
"Le Havre" photocall - Kati Outinen, Jean Pierre Darroussin, Aki Kaurismaki, Blondin Miguel, Little Bob, Evelyne Didi, Quoc Dung-Nguyen
More about 7th day of the Cannes Film Festival - http://www.festival-cannes.fr/en/festival/2011-05-17/theDailyNews.html , http://www.zimbio.com/pictures/
The other busy day at Cannes is over and I hope there are more great movies, waiting to be presented.