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Mh a in scene Martin Luther King, iconic figure of the fight for the civil rights of blacks in the United States, is a first in cinema. With SELMA director Ava DuVernay does not mean in a biopic classic, which would have retraced the life of a baptist pastor as a whole. Recalling further the […]


What we would not have imagined in Denis Villeneuve, it is to be amazed by its staging… Because this is what is SICARIO : a pure movie scene. But far from being pejorative, or reducer, to us this means that the realization is a balance between several aspects, of the imaging, the writing, passing through […]


SIERANEVADA starts out as a day that we all lived. A man goes to a family dinner in the company of his wife. In the car, she the basin, but remains rather quiet. What they say to breathe the banality of married life. And then they arrive at the small party. People meet, speak to […]


After Under the skirts of girls Audrey Dana returns with IF I WAS A MAN and endures in his quest for reconciliation between men and women. The profound desire ofAudrey Dana, as a filmmaker committed, is to prove that there is no split between genders, but a part of feminine and masculine in each of […]


It took years for Scorsese to adapt Silence, the novel of Shusaku Endo. The result is a work that is rich in its symbolic that by the power of the images. In the Seventeenth century, in the full evangelization of the catholic church, the Japan decreed illegal this religion. The ready-jesuit Father SebastiĆ£o Rodrigues (Andrew […]


After a passage on the other side of the Atlantic with New York Melody, in which Keira Knightley embarked on the creation of an original album by way of the foot of the nose to her ex, John Carney returns to his native Ireland with SING STREET. Revealed by Once, where a couple is formed […]

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