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A yoga instructor who had been missing in a Hawaiian forest for more than two weeks has been found alive.Amanda Eller, 35, was last seen early on the morning of 8 May as she set off on a hike in the Makawao Forest Reserve trail on Maui island.Rescuers found her safe and in remarkably good condition after a helicopter team spotted her waving from the stream bed of a ravine around 5pm on Friday.Ms Eller’s friends and volunteers who joined the 17-day search said she had lost her shoes in the jungle and was suffering from sunburn, but otherwise had no other injuries. The physical therapist had survived on water and local plants, one said.“She was very alert, she knew her father’s phone number, she knew who she was, where she was, knew exactly how long she had been out there,” her friend Chris Berquist told ABC News. “I’ve never felt something quite that overpowering.”Ms Eller was able to call her father from the helicopter that lifted her out of the ravine and took her to Maui Memorial Hospital to be checked over.The woman’s family - who had feared she could have been “intercepted” by someone after she disappeared - had raised the reward for finding her from $10,000 to $50,000 only hours before she was found.Hundreds of volunteers, including many experienced hikers, had joined the effort to locate the missing yoga teacher - originally from the US state of Maryland but living and working in Hawaii. Police dogs and drones had been used to scour the forest.Ms Eller was last seen by her boyfriend Benjamin Konkol before she set off on a morning hike without her phone. He told ABC News last week that evidence suggested “she’s definitely still here, we just haven’t found her yet”.Her mother Julia said: “I do firmly believe that Amanda is still alive, but occasionally those doubts creep in and I try to dispel them as I can.”Hawaiian authorities also released surveillance footage last week showing Ms Eller at the Ha’iku Post Office and a local store on the morning she went missing. Police found her white Toyota RAV4 in the parking lot of the forest trail soon after she was declared missing.Although it is not yet known how she came to get stuck in the ravine, Mr Berquist said the spot where she was finally found was “way off the beaten track”.He said: “She was not injured. She has a little bit of exposure from the sun, a little bit of sunburn. She lost her shoes a few days in. But no injuries.”Celebrity Marie Claire
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Six years after he caused a stir with Blue is the Warmest Colour, Abdellatif Kechiche has debuted a new controversial film at Cannes. Mektoub, My Love: Intermezzo, another coming-of-age story, is the sequel to Mektoub, My Love: Canto Uno, which premiered at the festival in 2017. Kechiche’s new release includes a lengthy, graphic love-making scene, where what appears to be un-simulated oral sex is performed upon Ophélie, played by Ophélie Bau. The scene, which occurs about two-thirds of the way through the three and a half hour film, reportedly prompted many audience members to walk out of the movie theatre. It is unclear whether prudishness, squeamishness or sheer boredom drove people from their seats. The film has received negative reviews from critics. The Telegraph’s Robbie Collin gave it just one star. I’ve witnessed the worst film in competition by miles, and its name is MEKTOUB. Like Louis CK’s leaked standup, Kechiche takes every valid complaint lobbed at BitWC and quadruples down: contemptible, male gazing garbage. Here’s the skeleton crew that didn’t walk out. Cannes2019pic.twitter.com/jQ43BwxLQ7- Stephen Miller (@sdavidmiller) May 23, 2019 The film has been called a “bum trip”, with Kechiche focusing extensively, and some have said lasciviously, on women’s bottoms. Film critic Joshua Rothkopf tweeted: “MEKTOUB, MY LOVE is Kechiche’s JERSEY SHORE: endless vapid scenes of flirting and dancing in bars. Camera is a constant tush ogler.” IndieWire’s David Ehrlich was equally critical. MEKTOUB MY LOVE: INTERMEZZO: the director of Blue Is the Warmest Color made a 4-hour movie about butts. it's the same length as Lawrence of Arabia, and literally 60% of the movie is close-ups of butts. i had a mild psychotic break at one point my review https://t.co/L0BorrnUFDpic.twitter.com/mYsTsOKdj9- david ehrlich (@davidehrlich) May 23, 2019 The Cannes Film Festival ends tomorrow on May 25.Trending NowGraduationMore on Yahoo View »The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy FallonSeason 6 Episode 148Dana Carvey, Emily Ratajkowski, Chloe HilliardLate Night With Seth MeyersSeason 6 Episode 108Olivia Wilde, Christopher Abbott, Janine BritoChicago FireSeason 7 Episode 22I'm Not Leaving YouChicago P.D.Season 6 Episode 22Reckoning
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