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"There's just no data to suggest this is an environmental disaster," said marine scientist and former Louisiana State University professor Ivor van Heerden, who also works as a BP spill-response contractor. "I have no interest in making BP look good - I think they lied about the size of the spill - but we're not seeing catastrophic impacts. There's a lot of hype, but no evidence to justify it."
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American director Terrence Malick's expansive drama "The Tree of Life" won the top honor at the Cannes Film Festival on Sunday, while Kirsten Dunst took the best-actress prize for the apocalyptic saga "Melancholia."
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Terrence Malick lived up to both his public and professional reputation Monday at the Cannes Film Festival, remaining out of sight while premiering a film that left crowds buzzing over its thematic scope, emotional depth and visual grandeur.
Terrence Malick's long-awaited drama "The Tree of Life" debuted Monday to a mix of harsh boos and enthusiastic applause at the Cannes Film Festival.