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"Shanghai Dreams" Honored Jury Prize at Cannes
    2005-05-22 10:57:43     CRIENGLISH.com

Director Wang Xiaoshuai (R) and lead actress Gao Yuanyuan [Photo: sina.com.cn]

Chinese director Wang Xiaoshuai's "Shanghai Dreams" received the Jury Prize at the 58th Cannes Film Festival Saturday night. 

After 12 days of movie star quality glamour, Chinese director Wang Xiaoshuai's "Shanghai Dreams" received the Jury Prize at the 58th Cannes Film Festival Saturday night.

His film is a love story set among workers who dutifully obeyed the government's call to relocate to factories in a remote new territory in the 1960s.

The Belgian film "The Child," made by sibling filmmakers Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne, won the Palme d'Or, top honors at Cannes.

U.S. director Jim Jarmusch's film "Broken Flowers," a drama starring Bill Murray as an aging Don Juan received second grand prize.

Best director and best actor went to Austrian filmmaker Michael Haneke for "Hidden" and Tommy Lee Jones for "The Three Burials of Melquiades Estrada." 

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