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[CRITICAL] NOCTURNAL ANIMALS

Nocturnal Animals has been reviewed by Antoine in the context of the topic, Reflections of Poetry. With its cast of four-star, and his style (apparently), if the singular, the film director Tom Ford (A Single Man) wanted, with his second feature film, hitting a “big shot” film. As soon as the generic – that obese […]

[CRITICAL] THE THING (1982)

T HE THING, as many of the films of John Carpenter, is a reference of the genre. That is not surprising, therefore, that this name is part of the programming of The Night of fear during the Light Festival. Remake of the (excellent) film by Howard Hawks called The Thing from Another World, and that […]

[critical] A Night In Hell

Has near the success of Pulp Fiction, Quentin Tarantino ends to rework a script with Robert Kurtzman, intended to be a road-movie thrillers that should be his new creation : A Night in Hell. Intended to interpret Richard Gekho, one of the two brothers, main characters of the film, he says, quickly over the reins […]

[critical] O BROTHER

Rhough for his opening scene is legendary, O BROTHER is worth a visit. Three prisoners, Everett, Pete and Delmar, escape, and fleeing through the fields of corn. Lulled by a folk music of the 1930s, one is struck by this display of colours and landscapes in the middle of which our three merry lads are […]

[CRITICAL] OKJA

Four years after Snowpiercer, Korean director Bong Joon-ho returns with Okja, but this time as a film minor too americanized. The new film from Bong Joon-ho, Okja, marked by the controversy surrounding Netflix, due to their refusal to release the film in cinemas -was expected at the turn of the Cannes festival. However promising for […]

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