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[critical] HARD DAY

Hard Day is an original film, ultra-orgasmic, capable of holding in the breath by its action and mark the spirits by the ingenuity of its storyline. Presented at the directors ‘ Fortnight at the 67th Cannes film Festival (from 14 to 25 may 2014), as well as the 9th Film Festival Korean in Paris (from […]

[CRITICAL] HILL OF FREEDOM

HILL OF FREEDOM was seen to be in partnership with the Cinema Comoedia of lyon Being a total novice in the cinema of Hong Sang-Soo, it’s difficult for me to attach the film to the rest of its films. So I can not judge that what I perceive… To know a very nice movie, simple […]

[CRITICAL] THERE HAS ALREADY YOUR EYES

Lucien Jean-Baptiste (The first star, DieuMerci!) often tells stories related to the topics related to issues of diversity and the place of the black man in society. He explained at the Francophone Film Festival of Angoulême assume quite break the codes and be stamped ” director black “. Rather than go to it frontally, he […]

[CRITICAL] INDEPENDENCE DAY : RESURGENCE

Independence Day : Resurgence has been reviewed by Antoine in the context of the topic, Reflections of Poetry. Reflect on the hollywood blockbuster, and more specifically on the practice of ritualized remake or sequel – the two opposing’t always Hollywood – necessarily involves an analysis of the rewriting intertextual co-presence of other films by way […]

[CRITIQUE] IMITATION GAME

During the second world war, the mathematician and cryptologue Alan Turing is hired by the british government to help understand how this works Enigma, a machine designed by the germans to send coded messages. This pitch seems to be fictional, and yet it is based on a true story. Alas little known to the general […]

[critical] INDIAN PALACE : SUITE ROYALE

Je am a part of these spectators, a little psychorigides who don’t appreciate a lot of the suites, except in a few particular circumstances (The Sponsor or the series planned for a long time, like Star Wars). Indian Palace : Suite royale was, of course, director John Madden replacing the cover after a first volume […]

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