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5610 film reviews available in total starting from 04/09/2002. Last updated on 23/05/2022. 763 film reviews inserted in the last 12 months.

The Super-8 Years by Annie Ernaux, David Ernaux-Briot

23/05/2022

CANNES 2022: With the help of her son David Ernaux-Briot, author Annie Ernaux revisits the 1970s through a fascinating documentary of family archives, in her fabulous analytical style  

Les années super 8

Les années super 8

Smoking Causes Coughing by Quentin Dupieux

23/05/2022

CANNES 2022: With his latest effort, prolific filmmaker Quentin Dupieux will make you love anti-smoking propaganda  

Fumer fait tousser

Fumer fait tousser

Under the Fig Trees by Erige Sehiri

23/05/2022

CANNES 2022: Erige Sehiri’s new feature has hints of Éric Rohmer as it shows Tunisian women working and flirting on an orchard  

Under the Fig Trees

Under the Fig Trees

Return to Seoul by Davy Chou

23/05/2022

CANNES 2022: Davy Chou confirms his talent with a highly effective second fiction feature about a turbulent and touching initiatory journey tracing back an adoption  

Retour à Séoul

Retour à Séoul

Little Nicholas - Happy as Can Be by Amandine Fredon, Benjamin Massoubre

23/05/2022

CANNES 2022: Benjamin Massoubre and Amandine Fredon have put together a delightful, nostalgia-tinged treat that’s probably more fun for parents than for their kids  

Le petit Nicolas - Qu’est-ce qu’on attend pour être heureux ?

Le petit Nicolas - Qu’est-ce qu’on attend pour être heureux ?

God's Creatures by Saela Davis, Anna Rose Holmer

23/05/2022

CANNES 2022: Emily Watson and Paul Mescal deliver in Saela Davis and Anna Rose Holmer’s turbulent Oedipal tale of protection, assault and alliances  

God's Creatures

God's Creatures

Boy from Heaven by Tarik Saleh

23/05/2022

CANNES 2022: There’s wall-to-wall intrigue and conspiracy within the confines of Cairo's Al-Azhar University, in Tarik Saleh’s new outing  

Boy from Heaven

Boy from Heaven

The Five Devils by Léa Mysius

23/05/2022

CANNES 2022: Witchcraft plays a bad trick on Léa Mysius with her overly ambitious film, which puzzles audiences despite its good qualities  

Les cinq diables

Les cinq diables

Magdala by Damien Manivel

23/05/2022

CANNES 2022: By magnifying the extraordinary expressive talents of Elsa Wolliaston, Damien Manivel offers a mystic and sensorial cinematic experience that is both radical and nourishing  

Magdala

Magdala

Falcon Lake by Charlotte Le Bon

22/05/2022

CANNES 2022: Charlotte Le Bon’s directorial debut is certainly not the coming-of-age film one might expect to watch  

Falcon Lake

Falcon Lake

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