Saturday, May 16, 2015

Matthew McConaughey booed at Cannes –

US actor Matthew McConaughey, whose talent was praised by critics in recent years, appeared unshakable Saturday , following the welcome reserved for the least warm the film “The Sea of ​​Trees” (“The Forest of Dreams”), Gus Van Sant at Cannes.

The film, which deals with the meeting of two men – McConaughey and Ken Watanabe – in a “suicide forest” Japanese, was received by the wrath of the critics. Spectators who attended the presentation on Friday booed loudly.

The actor, however, did not formalize this negative response. According to him, people have “as much right to boo as make an ovation,” he has said to journalists on Saturday.

“The Sea of ​​Trees”, which will be distributed to States UNite by Lionsgate and Roadside Attractions, portrays an unhappy married man who travels to Japan to kill themselves.

Variety magazine described him as “laughable and interminable drama” while the Hollywood Reporter criticized the director to have a film designed “terribly sentimental and tearful.” Same story on the side of the hexagon: New title Observer on its website: “The Forest of Dreams: the worst film by Gus Van Sant. It is mind-boggling competition. “

Van Sant said that his films have generally been viewed with such mixed reactions in Cannes. His drama “Elephant”, which had won the Palme d’Or in 2003, had not been received by the public, he has said.

Matthew McConaughey therefore takes the role as a scientist he embodied one in the movie “Interstellar” (“Interstellar”) there is a year.

“Interstellar told an exploration (in space). It tells an exploration here, “he said, touching his chest.


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