A scene from Ruben Ostlund's Palme d'Or nominated "The Square.”
Photos by Fredrik Wenzel © Plattform Produktion, courtesy of the Cannes film festival
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The film's highlight is a dinner for the museum's well-to-do patrons where a performance artist leaps from table to table impersonating an ape – a bizarre, tense and ultimately violent scene.Both praised writer-director Ruben Ostlund's vigor, calling the film a piece of "high-wire" cinema.The actors said Ostlund was an extremely demanding director, often shooting the same scene more than 70 times.Claes Bang, the film's lead, said he performed one speech 100 times.
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