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Films / France

Review: In Safe Hands

Review: In Safe Hands

Jeanne Herry directs an excellent and very emotional choral film about the process surrounding anonymous births and adoption  

05/12 | Films | France

Review: Quinqui Stars

Review: Quinqui Stars

Juan Vicente Córdoba revisits the Spanish cinematic imagination of the 1970s and 1980s through a set of characters living on the margins of society, with indifferent results  

30/11 | Films | Spain/France

Review: Through the Fire

Review: Through the Fire

Pierre Niney shines in a poignant role as a firefighter and severe burns victim who tries to rebuild himself in Frédéric Tellier's second feature film  

28/11 | Films | France/Belgium

Review: I Feel Good

Review: I Feel Good

Benoît Delépine and Gustave Kervern direct a bitter yet tender comedy of resistance on the topic of capitalism, poverty and utopia  

26/09 | Films | France

Review: We Need Your Vote

Review: We Need Your Vote

Comic book author Mathieu Sapin's directorial debut is a biting yet light-hearted comedy about the goings-on behind the scenes of a political campaign  

18/09 | Films | France

Review: The Freshmen

Review: The Freshmen

Thomas Lilti directs a fresh and intelligent new comedy about the outrageous medical degree selection process, through the portrait of a friendship  

12/09 | Films | France

Review: Paul Sanchez Is Back!

Review: Paul Sanchez Is Back!

Patricia Mazuy and the suggestive power of the news. A film with hints of social realism, the detective and western genres and some offbeat comedy  

18/07 | Films | France/Belgium

Review: John McEnroe: In the Realm of Perfection

Review: John McEnroe: In the Realm of Perfection

Julien Faraut directs a fascinating documentary on the world of tennis, the art of movement and the interior workings of the game, starring the iconic John McEnroe  

11/07 | Films | France

Review: Jean-François and the Meaning of Life

Review: Jean-François and the Meaning of Life

This ingenious first feature film by Sergi Portabella recounts an initiatory-existentialist journey in the form of an adventurous on-the-road film  

06/07 | Films | Spain/France

Review: Raising Colors

Review: Raising Colors

Hélène Fillières focuses her camera on a tenacious young woman’s entry into a physical and macho military universe  

06/06 | Films | France