Bejo’s New Film “The Past” to Compete at This Year’s Cannes Film Festival

Bérénice Bejo will be returning to this year’s Cannes Film Festival this May…

The latest project starring the 36-year-old Argentine actress, who served as the mistress of ceremonies at last year’s festival, will compete at this year’s event.

Berenice Bejo

The French-language film The Pastfrom Iranian-born director Asghar Farhadi, who won the Foreign Language Oscar for his 2011 film A Separation – has been announced as part of the official Cannes competition.

The film centers on Ahmad, a man who returns to Paris after four years in Tehran in order to finalize his divorce from his French wife. But his return results in a secret from his past being revealed.

Along with featuring the Oscar-nominated actress, the film stars Tahar Rahim and Ali Mosaffa.

Paris-based Memento Films Production produced the film.

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