♦ The 2 Alfred ***
by Bruno Podalydès
French film, 1 h 32
A trio of fifties in the process of expiring on the labor market will unite to triumph over the ruthless world of start-ups and uberization. A tender and jubilant comedy to which Bruno Podalydès brings all the richness of his poetic universe.
“READ THE REVIEW:” The 2 Alfred “, the two Podalydès and the” start-up nation “
♦ Night doctor ***
French film, 1 h 22
The director ofAlyah and Anarchists follows throughout a night a doctor caught between his social vocation and the excesses of his cousin, with Vincent Macaigne at the top of his game.
“READ THE REVIEW:” Night doctor “, twelve hours to restore order in a life
♦ Sound of Metal ***
by Darius Marder
American-Belgian film, 2:10 a.m.
Awarded for its work on sound with an Oscar and a Bafta, this moving film immerses itself in the feelings of a musician whose hearing deteriorates.
“READ THE REVIEW:” Sound of Metal “, tame chaos and silence
♦ The Cloud ***
by Just Philippot
French film, 1 h 40
BetweenLittle FarmerHubert Charuel and The birds Alfred Hitchcock, Just Philippot mixes, in a first remarkable work, the rural drama with the genre film to evoke the disturbances of contemporary agriculture. Creepy.
“READ THE REVIEW:” The Cloud “, the locusts attack
♦ 5e set ***
by Quentin Reynaud
French film, 1 h 53
Carried by Alex Lutz, with the exceptional interpretation, this film paints the intimate portrait of an old professional tennis player who never broke through.
»READ THE REVIEW:« 5th set », setback and against everything
♦ Sixteen springs *
by Suzanne Lindon
French film, 1 h 14
Written at 15 and directed at 19, Suzanne Lindon’s first film subtly and gracefully captures the first emotions of a young girl who falls in love with an older man, but the story remains too tenuous to convince.
“READ THE REVIEW:” Sixteen springs “, adolescent modesty
♦ Josée, the tiger and the fish *
by Kotaro Tomura
Japanese animated film, 1:38
Screened on Monday June 14 at the opening of the Annecy Animated Film Festival, before hitting theaters on Wednesday June 16, this romance between a young disabled girl and her nurse, a broke student, is, despite its endearing characters, too sentimentalist to move.
“READ THE REVIEW:” Josée, the tiger and the fish “: handicap and blue flower at the opening of the Annecy Festival
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