Call them the comeback kids: In its early days, the 2008 Cannes Film Festival has served as a staging ground for a number of unlikely returns, beginning with that of Polish director Jerzy Skolimowski, who's been absent from movie screens (except as an occasional actor) for nearly as long as Indiana Jones — 17 years, to be exact. In the '60s and '70s, Skolimowski created an international stir with his early directorial efforts Walkover and Barrier, before moving on to a series of highly original English-language films, including 1970's Deep End, which traced the ill-fated romance between a shy teenage boy working in a London bathhouse and the female co-worker he admires,... More >>>