Festival goers attempt to get invitation's for the evening's official screenings outside the Festival Palace during the 72nd edition of the Cannes Film Festival in Cannes, southern France, on May 15, 2019. / AFP / LOIC VENANCE
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In a tiny tent on a campsite in the hills outside Cannes, Christopher and Noe are wrestling with their tuxedos before heading off in the hope of hitting the festival's celebrated red carpet. Like dozens of other cash-strapped fans of the silver screen, they have pitched up at "Le Ranch," a campsite just down the road from the five-star splendor of the Cannes Film Festival.The two friends arrived in Cannes on a budget train ticket earlier in the week after scoping out the cheapest possible way to make the festival and getting hold of a free three-day pass that the festival offers to cinema enthusiasts under 28 .
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