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As Cannes honours women, actresses warn that industry progress is slow

72nd Cannes Film Festival - Photocall for the film "Haut les filles" as part of beach cinema screening - Cannes, France, May 21, 2019. Cast members Camelia Jordana and Jeanne Added pose. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard

Photocall for the film "Haut les filles" as part of beach cinema screening - Cannes, France Image: REUTERS/Eric Gaillard

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