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Netflix's entry into the Cannes Film Festival produced new drama Friday as the first screening of its film "Okja" was met with boos for Netflix and a technical glitch that prompted the festival to restart the film and apologize to the audience.It's the first of two Netflix films in Cannes' top Palme d'Or competition to premiere this year, selections that prompted protests from French distributors and led Cannes to rule out, beginning next year, streaming-only films.Cannes jury president Pedro Almodovar appeared to rule out "Okja" and the other Netflix entry in competition for the Palme d'Or -- Noah Baumbach's "The Meyerowitz Stories" -- Wednesday, saying he didn't think a film not playing in theaters should win the coveted Palme d'Or.
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