Now, indieWIRE reports that the film once again has a release date -- this time, April 4 -- but that's not all. There's also a new version of the film, and The Weinstein Company is quoted as saying: "This is a new cut of the film, different than the version shown at Cannes." This is, no doubt, in response to the half and half response it got at the festival -- right now, the film as a 56% positive rating at Rotten Tomatoes, and even the positive reviews find faults with the feature.
Whatever they end up releasing, I just want to see the damned thing already. So, hopefully, this date will be the one that will stick, and hopefully this cut improves the film for all of us. In the meantime, check out James' Cannes review.