I completely believed in Jodie Foster as an FBI trainee in The Silence of the Lambs, but I’m somehow having trouble accepting Elizabeth Olsen as an FBI agent, even a rookie one. Taylor Sheridan’s debut effort at a director premiered at last January’s Sundance Film Festival, during which the the reviews (RT 85%) were totally respectable. I wanted to catch it here in Cannes, but it was never a top priority. From Time‘s Stephanie Zacharek: “Wind River is what we used to call, and not always pejoratively, a conventional film, a crime procedural that tells a solid story, with well-defined characters, and perhaps opens us up to a world we didn’t previously know much about…well-crafted, cinematically astute.”