[critical] SUMMER OF BLOOD

“Erik Sparrow has a good job and a relationship stable, but is what he really deserves ? Probably not. When his girlfriend proposed marriage, he did not have the good sense to accept. From there, his life turns ; to his girlfriend the reach and Erik begins to despair. One night, he meets Gavin, an […]

[critical] SUN BELT EXPRESS

Pfirst film of the official selection of the Champs-Elysées Film Festival, SUN BELT EXPRESS is coming back with gusto on the flow of illegal migrants mexicans towards the United States and on the lives of those who allow them to cross this border, similar to many of a wall. And for her first feature film, […]

[critical] like FATHER, like SON

With like FATHER, like SON, the japanese director Hirokazu Kore-Eda renews with themes dear to his heart as family connections, is already discussed in the beautiful NOBODY KNOWS (2004) and STILL WALKING (2009). This time, it still treats blood ties, but more specifically, the paternal bond. The story is reminiscent of the one in the […]

[Critical] AN ORDINARY WEEK

Comédie american shaped for Jason Bateman. The role of a rich heir and it fits her like a glove. Conrad Valmont has lived all his life in his suite at the hotel Valmont (family inheritance). He received his education by the staff and his parents to fund all of its activities, and miscellaneous expenses (cigarettes, […]

[critical] THE MAGIC CITY

Hash the first films, these small exploits. These small works on which we spend a lot of time, that one is always proud to see once it’s completed. These small pieces of ourselves that we offer to see at the time of their initial projections, these times are particularly stressful because one never really knows […]

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