[CRITICAL] It IS THE HEART THAT DIES LAST

It IS THE HEART THAT DIES LAST from director Alexis Durand-Brault is the first film presented in the competition of the French film Festival of Angoulême. The film is an adaptation of the autobiographical novel of Robert Lalonde by actor Gabriel Sabourin, who plays Julien, the main character. The film has a peculiarity of québec, […]

[CRITICAL] HIS LIFE

For his latest film, to Each his own life, Claude Lelouch not stingy with the number of characters, and musical scores. The real-life, dating and love are the main inspirations of Claude Lelouch , and even if his films are not all successful, we love it also for it. To EACH HIS own LIFE is […]

[CRITICAL] RABID DOG (1949)

Mad dog ofAkira Kurosawa, it is this kind of work near-perfect, which might make you reconsider the concepts of “good movie”, or “classic”. A pinnacle of consistency between: a historical context-strong social (post-war japan), a powerful story, a scenario intelligent, what we can expect in terms of depth, emotion or underlying complexity of the characters, […]

[CRITICAL EXPRESS] CIGARETTES AND CHOCOLATE WARM

The director, Sophie Reine, CIGARETTES, AND HOT CHOCOLATE is the first feature length film, has participated in the editing of the last movie from Rémi Bezançon, Our Future. The two filmmakers have in common the same universe : sensitive, poetic, quirky, without pathos, funny, tender, moving. The story’s quasi-autobiographical Sophie Queen evokes subtly in a […]

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