Cannes 2022: Palme d’Or winning Ruben Oslund’s satire on the super rich • FRANCE 24 English

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Today France 24 speaks to a director who previously won the top honour, the Palme d’Or, for his film ‘The Square’. Swedish filmmaker Ruben Oslund’s new dark comedy ‘Triangle of Sadness’ is a satire of the super rich which questions what it is to be a man in today’s world.

With Eve Jackson he talks about the crisis of the privileged white male, why he likes awkward situations and why women and men should split the bill.

#Cannes #Oslund #Cannes2022

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