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Barry Keoghan Beams as Andrea Arnold’s Gritty, Emotional ‘Bird’ Gets 7-Minute Standing Ovation at Cannes Film Festival

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Barry Keoghan smiled from ear to ear as Andrea Arnold‘s latest film, “Bird,” earned a seven-minute standing ovation at its Cannes Film Festival premiere on Thursday.

Festival favorite Arnold, who brought the Shia LaBeouf-starring “American Honey” to Cannes in 2016 and her documentary “Cow” in 2021, basked in appreciation as the audience applauded the drama. “Thank you, this is really lovely but I really want to go and party right now,” she said as laughter erupted in the room.

While Keoghan was the biggest name in “Bird,” the loudest cheers were offered to his young co-stars, including Jason Buda and Jasmine Jobson.

Some of the cast, although they may have been on the red carpet outside, were too young to make it into the screening. Barry Keoghan and the cast of Andrea Arnold's "Bird" receive a standing ovation at the film's #Cannes premiere.

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