Cannes darling Loach says making films ’hard job to give up’

May 22, 2014 2:00 PM

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CANNES: Cannes veteran Ken Loach returned to the festival on Thursday with "Jimmy's Hall", the story of a 1930s political activist and his dance hall in rural Ireland, which may -- or may not -- be his last film.

Loach, 77, who holds the record for bringing more films to Cannes than any other film-maker, had said "Jimmy's Hall" would be his feature film swansong so he could dedicate himself to documentary making.

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