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Fonte received the award from his fellow Italian Roberto Begnini and the two took the moment to enjoy a bit of physical comedy.Best director was awarded to Pawel Pawlikowski, a Polish film-maker long resident in the UK, for his gorgeous, Europe-spanning romance Cold War.Appearing on stage before the prize for best actress was announced, the actor Asia Argento stunned the audience by addressing the source of the scandal directly. I want to make a prediction: Harvey Weinstein will never be welcomed here ever again.” Weinstein has denied allegations against him.“In 1997, I was raped by Harvey Weinstein here at Cannes,” she said. In an awkward irony, that award went to the Kazakhstani actress Samal Yeslyamova for playing a rape victim in Sergei Dvortsevoy’s frantic, harrowing Ayka.In the event she had to settle for the Jury Prize, essentially the bronze medal.Jane Campion remains the only woman to have taken the top gong at the world’s most prestigious film festival.Herbivore men "have some feelings of revulsion towards the older generation," Fukasawa said in another interview. And the impact of the herbivores on the economy is very big.They're such big news now because sales are down, especially of status products like cars and alcohol." And as with all good buzzwords, the "herbivore" terminology has given rise to an entire range of heterosexual identifications.
Last Saturday, 82 female film professionals stood on the steps of the Palais as Blanchett read out a statement demanding protection for women and equality of opportunity.
Concerning a petty criminal who takes care of an apparently abandoned young girl, the film was universally well received and the win will be popular with the wider cinematic community.
Shoplifters is the first Japanese film to take the award since Shohei Imamura triumphed for The Eel in 1997.
Only 1.001 million babies were born in Japan in 2014 — a record low — and 1.269 million people died.
That's an overall loss of 268,000 people, and a signal of a population crisis in one of the world's most developed and debt-ridden economies. One debated factor is the rise of coined in 2006 by columnist Maki Fukasawa.
The lack of ardor may be related to the fact that, like many societies, Japan struggles with mental health. A 2013 study showed that Japan has the lowest clinical-depression diagnosis rate in the world, though some critics think that's because of a lack of recognition of the "clinical" aspect of depression.