Cannes Review: Daniel Wolfe's Gorgeous But Unsatisfying Thriller/Social Realism Hybrid 'Catch Me Daddy' Though appearances in main Competition tend to be restricted to the Loaches and Leighs of the world, the British film industry has done well by the sidebars at Cannes in recent years. Films like "Hunger," "Sightseers" and "The Selfish Giant" all premiered in Un Certain Regard or Directors' Fortnight, and number among the very best films to come out of the U.K. in recent years. This year, along with Andrew Hulme's "Snow In Paradise," the hopes of Britannia rest on "Catch Me Daddy," screening at the Cannes Directors' Fortnight.

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