Evan there you are! Come back to the house we can help you work through your mutation.
Sorry Auntie O I’m going to turn down your top notch medical care and all the friends I’ve made to live in the sewer and be the sewer guardian for the sewer mutants I literally just met and become a really aggressive vigilante. Tell my mom I live in the sewer now.
20 films I’d like to see play at Cannes 2015 - Part 2
Day out of Days - Zoe Cassavetes, USA
Cassavetes, the daughter of filmmaker John Cassavetes and actress Gena Rowlands, reunites with Alexis Landeau on her second feature film about an actress in her forties struggling to make it in L.A.
The Dressmaker-Jocelyn Moorhouse, Australia
Moorhouse has Cannes pedigree: her 1991 debut Proof won the Camera d’Or. The Dressmaker is her most recent film after an eighteen year long break from filmmaking. The film stars Kate Winslet as the titular dressmaker who returns to the backwater Australian town where she was born in order to exact revenge on those who wronged her.
Et ta soeur? - Marion Vernoux, France
Vernoux’s film is an adaption of Lynn Shelton’s 2012 film Your Sister’s Sister set in France starring Géraldine Nakache (who is herself a filmmaker).
Evolution - Lucile Hadzihalilovic, France
Hadzihalilovic is currently best known as Gaspar Noé’s partner, but she`s an acclaimed filmmaker in her own right having written and directed the beautiful and surreal Innocence in 2004. Evolution is her first film since then and it follows a young boy who lives in a seaside town where all the boys must be hospitalized in order to undergo mysterious operations.
Into the Forest - Patricia Rozema, Canada
An adaptation of the book of the same name, Into the Forest stars Evan Rachel Wood and Ellen Page as two sisters who must struggle to survive in their remote home in the woods after the complete collapse of society.