Won the 2021 Cannes Award, Titane, Nitram, and A Hero Films Released in Indonesia : Okezone Celebrity

JAKARTA – The world’s biggest film award, Cannes 2021 has ended amidst the pandemic situation. Finally, the film Titane by director Julia Ducornau, won the Palme d’Or.

The director, Julia Ducornau became the second female director to win the Palme d’Or as the highest award at the event. Best Performance by an Actor was won by Caleb Landry Jones in a film called Nitram. Meanwhile, the Iranian director Asghar Farhadi, entitled A Hero, won the Grand Prix award.

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Titane, Nitram and then A Hero are now officially broadcast in Indonesia. “Praise God, KlikFilm. can deliver quality films. We are currently waiting for the international broadcast schedule of Titane, Nitram, A Hero, including the films nominated for Cannes 2021 which will be broadcast on KlikFilm,” said Director of KlikFilm, Frederica.

Titane tells the story of newcomer Agathe Rousselle as Alexia, who has been in a car accident since childhood, due to her father’s carelessness. As a result of the accident, Alexia’s head had to be implanted with titanium plates. Alexia works as a dancer. Here he was abused, and made him retaliate viciously. As a result of this incident Alexia fled. He did various extreme ways to change his identity to be like a boy.

Nitram tells the story of the infamous Port Arthur Massacre of 1996 in Tasmania, in which 35 people were killed and 23 injured. Kurzel’s retelling is understood to avoid portraying the murder directly and to avoid using the killer’s name. His disguise, however, was deliberately thin. Nitram is the reverse spelling of Martin Bryant from the Port Arthur assassins.

Then A Hero starring Amir Jadidi as Rahim, a father of one child who is on a two-day leave from prison in the city of Shiraz, where he is serving a sentence for debt.

He has no job, and money to pay a debt to a shopkeeper, Bahram (Mohsen Tanabandeh), his miserly ex-wife’s brother. However, he has the support of his kind sister and her husband, as well as Farkhondeh (Sahar Golddust), as well as the girl he wants to marry. During his brief release from prison, Farkhondeh found a handbag at a bus stop containing 17 gold coins. Rahim considered selling the find, but relented when he realized it would not cover the money he had.