Sometimes I like the films that get booed at Cannes more than the ones that win the Palme d’Or. Last year’s winner, Winter Sleep, was a nearly three and half hour snooze that a pretentious jury managed to interpret as a plodding, repetitive, and dull masterpiece. Luckily, the director behind this year’s Palme d’Or winner, Jacque Audiard, doesn’t make masturbatory “Art Films.” A Prophet, his breakthrough, was a Scorsese-like gangster epic, and his follow-up, Rust & Bone, was an emotionally devastating fable. He has never made a boring film, but some critics questioned the jury’s choice as they cited some unwieldy flaws that arise in the final act. Either way, Dheepan, will be no cold sleeper.