“Babylon”, “Our suns”, “My old man”… The cinema releases of January 18


by Damien Chazelle

American film, 3:09

The director of La La Land pays a nostalgic homage to the cinema through this thrilling fresco on the golden age of Hollywood in the 1920s. Brad Pitt and Margot Robbie take us on a feverish sarabande lasting more than three hours, which recounts the passage of the silent to talkies and (already) signs the end of an era.

» READ THE REVIEW: “Babylon”, or the first death of Hollywood

Our suns***

by Carla Simon

Spanish film, 2 hours

An intimate and sensitive chronicle of the disappearance of a world, that of the peasantry, the film by Spaniard Carla Simón won the Golden Bear in Berlin last year.

» READ THE REVIEW: “Our Suns”, Last Harvest

Youssef Salem is successful**

by Baya Kasmi

French film, 1 h 37

“Youssef Salem is successful”, The novel of discord

This tender comedy follows the trajectory of a writer panicked by the success of his book in which he reveals the little failings of his family.

» READ THE REVIEW: “Youssef Salem is successful”, The novel of discord

♦ My old man **

by Elie Semoun

French film, 1 h 17

In this documentary, which is released in theaters after being broadcast on LCP in 2020, humorist Élie Semoun films the last moments spent with his father, who has Alzheimer’s disease.

» READ THE REVIEW: “My old man”, filial love put to the test by Alzheimer’s

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