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Filmmakers Defend Language Switch at English-Heavy Cannes
  • CANNES, France (AP)
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The Cannes Film Festival is as close to the movies' answer to the United Nations. The filmmakers and media of the world are usually represented in one way or the other. The Croisette, Cannes' seaside promenade, is usually a babble of tongues.

So this year's festival slate of films


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