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On today's programme: We review Holy Motors (pictured), the film which Cannes saw as a strange but ultimately triumphant return by the long absent darling of French avant-garde cinema, Leos Carax. British film artist John Akomfrah has a new exhibition in London, exploring identity and its meaning in the age of cloning and digital manipulation. And the art of hair - an exhibition of Paris's Quai Branly explores how hair is central to the human sense of self and social organisation.
Image: Holy Motors
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