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Five movies to celebrate Cannes Film Festival

As the entire movie world welcomes the arrival of Cannes Film Festival this week, CinemaWorld, a high definition channel on SKYcable that presents a whole new world of entertainment beyond Hollywood, treats lovers of cinema to five award-winning movies back-to-back today starting at 2:30 p.m..

‘Mammal’ is a 2016 internationally co-produced drama film about a developing relationship between a divorcee and a troubled young man
The marathon begins with Mammal, a drama that explores the developing relationship between a divorcee and a troubled young man. They form a nurturing bond that takes on various dimensions as they overcome obstacles, forcing them to rethink what it is they’re looking for from each other.   

‘Mid-August Lunch’ follows the story of a middle-aged Italian man takes on the job of taking care of his mother.
Following this is the offbeat Mid- August Lunch, where a middle-aged Italian man takes on the job of taking care of his mother. He takes in two more elderly ladies, his landlord’s mother and aunt, to lessen his debt. Things get crazy and funny when he takes in yet another elderly woman, his friend’s mom.   

 ‘Abel’ is a Mexican dark and funny movie about†a peculiar young boy who, as he blurs reality and fantasy, takes over the responsibilities of a family man in his father’s absence.
The Mexican movie Abel is a dark and funny story of a nine-year-old boy who stops speaking when his father leaves their family, until one day when he assumes the responsibilities of his father and begins talking like the older man. The family’s new normal situation gets disrupted when the father returns.

‘Waterboys’ is a Dutch movie centered on how two men repair their relationship as father and son.
Another father-son movie follows with Waterboys, a Dutch movie centered on how two men repair their relationship as father and son after getting dumped by the women in their lives. The two embark on a journey to rediscover where the father learns to grow up, while the son learns to have fun.

‘Infiltration’ is a Canadian psychological thriller that delves into the mind of a brilliant plastic surgeon
Rounding up the movie marathon is Infiltration, a Canadian psychological thriller that delves into the mind of a brilliant plastic surgeon who specializes in treating severe burns. His perfect life is turned inside out because of a lawsuit from one of his former patients.

Viewers will get the chance to make their voices heard by voting for their favorite from the selection and be able to watch it again on Saturday, May 19, at 9:00 p.m.. To vote, go to http://cinemaworld.asia/lespritdecannes. Voting is until May 15, 5:30 p.m. only.

CinemaWorld is available on SKYcable Plans HD1799 and HD1999 channel 184 in Metro Manila, San Jose Del Monte, Bulacan, Rizal, Cavite, and Laguna and on HD channel 716 in Cebu and Davao. Subscribers can choose to add CinemaWorld on top of their basic plan via SKY Select, for only P150 per month. To activate the channel, visit www.mysky.com.ph/getcinemaworld or call 418-0000.

Topics: CinemaWorld , Cannes Film Festival , Abel , Mammal , Infiltration , Waterboys , Mid-August Lunch
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