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Farrell is in Cannes to promote "The Lobster," which is competing for the festival's top prize, the Palme d'Or. The film is about single people who are forced to stay in a hotel until they find a mate. The 38-year-old actor said being in a relationship isn't all it's cracked up to be. ANY FURTHER:John Turturro drew on three decades of experience in the movie business for his role as a disruptive, egomaniacal actor in Nanni Moretti's Cannes entry "My Mother".Moretti's tragicomedy, one of 19 competing for Cannes' Palme d'Or, centers on a director (Margherita Buy) whose latest project is coming unstuck even as her mother is dying.Turturro provides much of the film's humor as Barry Huggins, who propositions his director almost as soon as he steps off the train, struggles with his Italian dialogue and tells self-aggrandizing anecdotes about working with Stanley Kubrick."Carol," a 1950s lesbian drama starring Cate Blanchett and Rooney Mara, received raves at its Monday premiere; afterward, the two co-stars changed from their red carpet ball gown attire to more relaxing but still glamorous attire and huddled up in a private area at the Grey Goose party as guards kept pesky guests seeking selfies with the stars away.
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