Film show: BPM, The Beguiled, Jerry Lewis

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    It’s one of the rare releases to make the front pages: Robin Campillo’s critically-acclaimed “Beats per Minute” goes inside the ACT UP movement during the AIDS crisis of the 1990s. Lisa Nesselson tells us why the film deserved the Grand Prix at the Cannes Film festival.
    We also take a look at Sofia Coppola’s re-telling of “The Beguiled”; the civil war story of Southern Belles and their mysterious guest stars Nicole Kidman, Kirsten Dunst and Colin Farrell.
    And following the death of Jerry Lewis at 91 years old, we take a look back at the career of the man considered a slapstick genius here in France.

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