A projection taken the official poster of the 66th Cannes Film Festival is pictured during a news conference to announce the competing films at the 66th Cannes Film Festival in Paris

After a bit of a hiatus for the Blueprint: Review podcast, we’re back with a series of special recordings from the Cannes Film Festival.

Darren discusses several films he caught at the festival (James and I join him but we’ve only just got here) including Heli, The Past, Like Father Like Son and the American remake of We Are What We Are. We also make a tangent to discuss Star Trek Into Darkness. Be warned we spoil that a lot if you haven’t seen it. The Cannes film reviews contain mild spoilers too (quite large ones for We Are What We Are if you haven’t seen the original).

We’ll be back throughout the week with further updates, so watch this space.

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