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Cannes may be the world's most glamorous film festival, but for veteran American director Woody Allen, whose "Cafe Society" opened the jamboree Wednesday, it is a trial by torment.The 80-year-old New Yorker said it means he has to face down two of his biggest phobias – terrorism and journalists. While Allen dreads the media treadmill, he says his wife Soon-Yi, 45, loves Cannes."Cafe Society," a tale of young lovers in the Hollywood of the 1930s, stars Kristen Stewart, who made her name in the "Twilight" films.
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