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Everyone I met seemed desperate to talk about anything but movies. At this year’s Cannes, several times a day, we’ve been stepping out of the brilliant sunshine of the French Riviera, then herded through airport-level security to congregate in a dark theatre and watch civilization go straight to hell.
Having seen 12 of the 19 features in the main competition, plus a few outside of it, I’m now in the home stretch of the Cannes Film Festival, and a definite pathology has emerged: The most powerful movies all paint a severely grim picture of humanity, often featuring children in distress.
Word on the street is that some of them have totally hit it off (if you know what I mean).
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Hundreds of years ago, the land that became Oshawa started as a fur trade transfer point, when the Mississauga Indians transported animal pelts on their canoes at the Oshawa Harbour to various trading posts at the mouth of the Credit River.
Famous for playing an overgrown child in his gravy train of dumb comedies, here Sandler doubles down on the dramatic heft he first showed in (2009), and pulls new depths of maturity out of the closet.Those children include a Russian runaway who flees his divorcing parents in Andrey Zvyagintsev’s —a Noah Baumbach comedy in which the disturbed children are grown men.Adam Sandler and Ben Stiller play Danny and Matthew Meyerowitz, a pair of squabbling brothers who compete to eke out some love, or at least a smidgeon of respect, from their irascible, self-absorbed, pontificating father.Oshawa Ontario can be found 60 kilometres east of downtown Toronto along the shores of Lake Ontario and boasts the fourteenth largest metropolitan area in all of Canada.Its name is derived from the Ojibwa word "aazhaway", whose meaning is, "crossing to the other side of a river or a lake" or "(a)cross".
Oshawa was incorporated as a village in 1850 and then proceeded to become a centre for industry; tanneries, wagon factories and asheries were built.