This first novel by a well known film critic is a wickedly accurate and witty insider's view of the movie world as well as a compelling, commercial and ingenious story. It is May 1997, the eve of Hong Kong's return to communist China, and the film world is converging for its most dazzling celebration - the fiftieth Cannes Film Festival. Against a backdrop of celebrity premieres, power breakfasts and serious self-indulgence, a megastar is kidnapped and the festival held to ransom by the Triad terrorists, while two lovers ...

Cannes: The Novel 1991, Random House (UK), London

ISBN-13: 9780749309237

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Cannes: The Novel 1990, Chatto & Windus, London

ISBN-13: 9780701133450

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