Huppert’s hidden love
by Camillo De Marco
Presented at the Rome Film Festival in October 2007, the French drama by Italian director Alessandro Capone, Hidden Love [+see also:
film profile], is finally making it to local theatres. It is being released tomorrow on 20 prints by Archibald Entreprise (see news).
"These roles probably attract me as much as I attract them,” said lead actress Isabelle Huppert of the film based on the Danielle Girard novel about a love-hate relationship between a mother and her daughter. Just off her presidency of the Cannes 2009 jury, the French actress was this morning awarded with the European Nastro d’Argento by Italian film journalists.
Other releases tomorrow include Irish title Garage [+see also:
interview: Ed Guiney
interview: Jean-François Deveau
interview: Lenny Abrahamson
film profile] by Leonard Abrahamson, to whom Cineuropa dedicated Focus (distributed by Mediaplex Italia); French crime caper Cash [+see also:
film profile] by Eric Besnard, starring Valeria Golino and Jean Reno (Moviemax Italia - 140 screens) and the debut feature horror film by Luigi Cecinelli, Visions (Cinecittà Luce - 80 screens)
Sony is releasing a 500-print of Terminator Salvation, directed by McG and starring Christian Bale. Lastly, Disney offers up Mark Monroe’s documentary on a group of teenagers competiting in a sailing cup, Morning Light.
(Translated from Italian)
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