The great names in cinema
RUSSIA , Germany
| 130 minutes | 2016
The renowned Russian director is back with a black-and-white metaphysical drama about the Holocaust where romance meets theories of history. Told from the point of view of three protagonists — an aristocratic Russian woman, a French policeman and a Nazi of officer — Konchalovsky’s film is a powerful cry of anguish. The radical, unsettling structure, claustrophobic 4:3 framing and impeccable cinematography by Aleksandr Simonov chillingly underscore Hitler’s famous “Aryan paradise.”
Lion d'Argent (meilleur réalisateur) - Mostra de Venise 2016
A light-hearted romp through Cannes, Claire’s Camera is a delightfully wry comedy that points up the elegance of Hong Sang-Soo’s writing. Shot during...
SOUTH KOREA | 130 minutes | 2017
Bruno Dumont is back with an off-the-wall musical about... Joan of Arc! It’s 1425 and eight-year-old gamine Jeannette already dreams of booting the...
FRANCE | 130 minutes | 2017
Heartbreak, sweet melancholy and necessary lies make up the ingredients of this joyous yet bleak romantic lark. Going back to his favourite theme — that...
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