Pray, what is wrong with world cinema? And, pray, what is wrong with the Cannes Film Festival that it ought to have chosen such similar themes. Men and women in unhappy relationships -- and using their own children as pawns in a cruel game of chess.
I am merely hoping that I do not get around seeing more of such bedroom squabbles in the coming days of the Festival, which will draw its curtain on May 24.
(Gautaman Bhaskaran has been covering the Cannes Film Festival for 26 years.)