1. Shoplifters (2018) by Hirozaku Kore-Eda, available on myCanal
Certain films awarded the Palme d’or go down in history because they echo the violence of society (Elephant by Gus Van Sant), the suffering or the loss of a loved one (The Son’s Room by Nanni Moretti) or even, as with this year’s Parasite by Bong Joon-ho, because they are just unique cinematographic objects - bringing together for the first time on the big screen themes such as social satire and the horror-thriller. Awarded at Cannes in 2018, the full-length feature film Shoplifters, has remained engraved on our memories for its sensitivity and its tenderness: it paints the portrait of an isolated group, formed by a couple that takes in abandoned children and trains them to become exceptional thieves. A powerful work, that makes us reflect on the definition of the word family and, without a doubt, one of the most moving Palme d'or winners ever.