Hirokazu Kore-eda’s movie came out on top following what head judge Cate Blanchett called a “painful” decision-making process
Hirozaku Kore-eda has picked up the prestigious Palme d’Or award for his indie film Shoplifters, with his latest work narrowly beating Spike Lee’s much-hyped movie BlacKkKlansman to the grand prize.
The award, which is given out at the culmination of the Cannes Film Festival, is seen as one of the biggest prize a movie can win in the film industry. Previous winners include 2016’s I,…
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