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Poor Things – Wins Top Prize at Venice Festival

Poor Things: Oscar’s friends are all from Venice. There are many performances by artists at the festival. The Best Actor Award is presented to an American actor.VENICE: Greek director George Lanthimos’ romantic comedy “Scrooge” won the Best Lion at the Venice Film Festival. Starring Emma Stone, Willem Dafoe, and Mark Ruffalo, the film tells the story of a woman who visits a crazy doctor at a music festival who suddenly alters her baby’s brain.  As a young adult Bella Baxter.

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played by Stone, embarks on a journey of self-discovery in a realistic 19th-century European setting, she becomes increasingly interested in her freedom and exploration of her sexuality.”It wouldn’t be the same without Bella Baxter, the main character, and Emma Stone. Actors and writers are calling on streaming sites and movie studios to reform their contracts and ditch artificial intelligence. Will receive the award, Should artificial intelligence be curbed, Sarsgaard warns that the impact of the problem could extend beyond Hollywood. The film’s young star, Seydoux Sir, won the award for Best Actor or Newcomer.

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The 11-day film screening ceremony brought many blockbusters to Venice on Saturday. Along with many A-listers and Hollywood’s main cast, but with fewer stars than usual. I couldn’t continue my career. Artists and writers are calling on publishers and theaters to change contracts to prevent the use of intellectual property.

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Other prizes handed out at Venice include the Special Jury Prize for “Green Front,” a horror film directed by Polish actress Agnieszka Holland about refugees found on the Polish-Belarusian border. .Director Matteo Garrone heads to Italy to shoot another interesting foreign film, Mi Capitan, which tells the story of two young Senegalese men traveling across Africa in the hope of reaching Europe.

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Young Sir Seydoux won the Best Actor and New Actor awards. Actors are on strike. Guillermo Calderón and Pablo Llorán won best screenplay for “El Conde,” a film critical of Chilean dictator General Augusto Pinochet. The film features some of Hollywood’s most sexually explicit celebrities as Stone’s character discovers and embraces her sexuality.

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