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Another day, another two competition films screened. Today it was Jane Campionâ€™s Bright Star and Park Chan-wookâ€™s Thirst. There were also several out-of-competition or previews of films that have been buzzed about in the south of France. Screenings and Reviews: Critics are calling Jane Campionâ€™s Bright Star a satisfying return to form for Jane Campion. […]