Ruben Östlund

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Ruben Östlund is a Swedish film director whose films include  Force Majeure and The Square, both of which won honors at the Cannes Film Festival.

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Director Ruben Östlund delves into his latest film “Triangle of Sadness,” and the aftermath of its success, while actor Dolly De Leon discusses her part and career.

Ruben Östlund: ‘Working with Dolly De Leon, everything feels true’

Director Ruben Östlund delves into his latest film “Triangle of Sadness,” and the aftermath of its success, while actor Dolly De Leon discusses her part and career.

from The Business

The new film  The Square , is a darkly funny satire that follows Christian, played by Danish actor Claes Bang.

Director Ruben Östlund on 'The Square'

The new film The Square , is a darkly funny satire that follows Christian, played by Danish actor Claes Bang.

from The Business

The new movie “The Square” is about a smug art museum curator in Sweden whose progressive ideals are tested by a Muslim child. We speak with the director.

In 'The Square,' art museum curator's liberal values get tested

The new movie “The Square” is about a smug art museum curator in Sweden whose progressive ideals are tested by a Muslim child. We speak with the director.

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