Retrospective Xavier Dolan : I KILLED MY MOTHER

Xavier Dolan was only 19 years old and yet his first feature I KILLED MY MOTHER, presented in the directors ‘ Fortnight at Cannes in 2009, receiving all the tributes. The young filmmaker and his film époustouflent the critical, as they bind, with a virtuosity unheard of for a first film, precision, formal images and […]

[critical] RICH HILL

En this is a documentary that will hardly go unnoticed when it will be distributed, projected, and disseminated. Little electro-shock, RICH HILL shows in the length and breadth of the daily life of the three teenagers a little lost, in a white America losing its sense and say simply, completely clueless. RICH HILL is the […]

[critical] R. I. P. D. BRIGADE FANTÔME

The irascible and undisciplined Roy is assigned as the new team mate fire Nick Walker, a young police officer from Boston, recently deceased. The two “men” are going to have to swallow their antipathy respective to carry out their mission. When they discover a plot that could end life as we have always known, the […]

[critical] RUSH

RUSH traces the thrilling and breathless battle between two of the greatest rivals in the history of Formula 1 has ever known, that of James Hunt and Niki Lauda competing for the illustrious stables McLaren and Ferrari. From the haute bourgeoisie, charismatic and handsome boy, all between the playboy englishman James Hunt to Niki Lauda, […]

[critical] SAINT LAURENT

Ofthem films devoted to the personality of Saint Laurent this year. Where the movie of Jalil Lespert was a classical confounding, that of Bertrand Bonello clearly marks an artistic freedom and an excess of personality on the part of the director. The film follows a non-linear fashion the journey of Yves Saint Laurent, between 1962 […]

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