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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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.

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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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