The great names in cinema
UNITED KINGDOM , Ireland
| 109 minutes | 2017
A chilling, horrific thriller that takes its title from Greek tragedy. Winner of best screenplay at the last Cannes Festival. A heart surgeon develops a strange relationship with a 16-year-old boy who infiltrates his family to the point where awkwardness veers into abomination. With its formal brilliance, tight staging, razor-sharp dialogue and anxiety-inducing atmosphere, the film by the genius director of Canine (Louve d’or at FNC 2009) and The Lobster drags audiences kicking and screaming into murky waters.
Meilleur scenario - Cannes 2017
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...
RUSSIA , Germany | 109 minutes | 2016
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 | 109 minutes | 2017
Moving portrait of a stubborn Congolese woman who, faced with setbacks, refuses to stay in the shadows. “On the count of ten, Félicité, you will be...
FRANCE , Belgium , Senegal , Lebanon | 109 minutes | 2017
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