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139 articles available in total starting from 12/06/2002. Last article published on 06/12/2018.

Review: Raising Colors

Review: Raising Colors

Hélène Fillières focuses her camera on a tenacious young woman’s entry into a physical and macho military universe  

06/06/2018 | Films | France

Review: Return to Bollene

Review: Return to Bollene

Producer Saïd Hamich directs an intimate, dry and exciting debut feature about identity, family and social roots  

01/06/2018 | Films | France/Marocco

Review: Mon Ket

Review: Mon Ket

In his debut feature film, François Damiens returns to his first love, and the gamble pays off: creating a full feature film using hidden cameras  

29/05/2018 | Films | Belgium/France

Review: Loro 2

Review: Loro 2

In his film about Silvio Berlusconi, Paolo Sorrentino appropriates and reinvents the billionaire politician’s entire history  

09/05/2018 | Films | Italy/France

Review: Loro 1

Review: Loro 1

Paolo Sorrentino delves into the conscience of the controversial politician and businessman, Silvio Berlusconi, leaving all moral commentary aside  

24/04/2018 | Films | Italy/France

Review: Carnivores

Review: Carnivores

Jérémie and Yannick Renier transform Leïla Bekhti and Zita Hanrot into conflicting sisters, in a cruel tale of love and sibling rivalry  

29/03/2018 | Films | Belgium/France

Review: Bitter Flowers

Review: Bitter Flowers

Olivier Meys tells the story, both with modesty and without pretence, of the destiny of a young woman who is sucked into the Chinese prostitution industry in Paris  

28/03/2018 | Films | Belgium/France/Switzerland/China

Review: When Margaux Meets Margaux

Review: When Margaux Meets Margaux

Sophie Fillières creates layers of realism and fantasy with a playful score in a film starring Sandrine Kiberlain and Agathe Bonitzer  

14/03/2018 | Films | France

Review: The Party's Over

Review: The Party's Over

Clémence Boisnard and Zita Hanrot burst on to our screens in Marie Garel Weiss’ debut feature, an energetic and sincere film about friendship and drug addiction  

28/02/2018 | Films | France

Review: The Apparition

Review: The Apparition

Xavier Giannoli plunges Vincent Lindon into a captivating canonical inquiry about a supernatural phenomenon and its messenger, played by Galatea Bellugi  

09/02/2018 | Films | France

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