L'Enfant still on top and Gabrielle arrives
by Anne Feuillère
After two weeks which saw Belgian screens invaded by European productions, the country seems to have gone American this week.
Eight films are released this week in Belgium. Two come from France, among them Gabrielle [+see also:
film profile] byPatrice Chéreau, fresh from Venice gossip and its French release by Cinélibre and Vive la vie a comedy by Yves Fajnberg distributed by Les Films de L'Elysée. Another European film, the comic fantasy aimed at a young audience Villa Henriette by Peter Payer, Swiss-Austrian co-production, and will be distributed by Jeniko.
The rest arrive, with great pomp and ceremony, from across the pond : the American production aimed at adults and little ones alike (and very eagerly awaited), The Brothers Grimm [+see also:
film profile] by Terry Gilliam distributed by Kinepolis, Kiss Kiss Bang Bang by Shane Black distributed by Warner Bros, Bewitched by Nora Ephron with Sony Pictures, Crash by Paul Haggis with Belga Film, and Four Brothers by John Singleton with UIP.
L'Enfant [+see also:
interview: Luc & Jean-Pierre Dardenne
film profile], for its part, continues gently, placed in 4th position of the top 25 best Belgian cinema entrances, where we also find two French productions that came out last week, Entre ses mains [+see also:
film profile] by Anne Fontaine with Benoit Poelvoorde and Il ne faut jurer de rien by Eric Cyvanian who sit, respectively, in 10th and 9th spot.
(Translated from French)
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