From Scorsese's crime to Anderson's whimsical world

The 76th Cannes Film Festival has some must-see films that range from crime dramas to whimsical fantasies.

Martin Scorsese's crime film, "Killers of the Flower Moon," is one of the most anticipated movies at the festival.

Anderson's latest film, "The French Dispatch," features an all-star cast and is set in a fictional French town.

"The Velvet Underground" is a documentary about the iconic 1960s band and is directed by Todd Haynes.

"Red Rocket," directed by Sean Baker, is a comedy-drama about a washed-up porn star who returns to his hometown.

"Benediction," directed by Terence Davies, tells the story of the British poet Siegfried Sassoon.

"Titane," directed by Julia Ducournau, is a horror film about a woman with a metal plate in her head.

"Annette," directed by Leos Carax, is a musical drama about a comedian and his opera singer wife.

"Aline," directed by Valérie Lemercier, is a biopic about the famous French singer Céline Dion.


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