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Bull Running Drama ‘Animale,’ Cannes Critics’ Week Closing Night Film, Unveils First Clip (EXCLUSIVE)

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Naman Ramachandran A first clip has been unveiled for Emma Benestan‘s “Animale,” which closes the Cannes Film Festival‘s Critics’ Week strand this year.

The film is set in the Camargue region of the south of France, where daring youths participate in the local tradition of bull running.

Only one woman, 22-year-old Nejma, takes her place in the arena. Taunting and evading the animals with increasing boldness, Nejma seeks to prove herself the equal of the men – inside and outside of the arena.

But both situations put Nejma at risk, as a different threat looms over the community of riders: a bull is on the loose and young men are being killed.

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