Cannes, May 16 -- Day 3 in Cannes started on an ominous note - it was wet and cold. I trudged at 8.15 to the JW Mariott where the Directors' Fortnight was going to kick off. The Directors' Fortnight is a parallel section to the festival. It was started in 1969 by the French Directors Guild. The Quinzaine, as it is popularly known, has played a key role in shaping the careers of iconic directors such as Pablo Larrain, Atom Egoyan and our very own Anurag Kashyap whose Gangs of Wasseypur had its world premiere here in 2012. This year, the sidebar has a new festival director Paolo Moretti. The opening film was Deerskin by Quentin Dupieux. The film is an intriguing and macabre character study of a man who becomes unusually obsessed with his de...