♦ DNA ***
French film, 1:30
After Polishes and My king, Maïwenn signs a very personal film on the mourning of a beloved grandfather and the need to reconnect with his Algerian roots. On a tenuous scenario, surrounded by formidable actors, the director manages once again to move us with this quest for oneself which oscillates between laughter and tears.
“READ THE REVIEW:” DNA “, a moving quest for origins
♦ Under the stars of Paris **
by Claus Drexel
French film, 1 h 26
Catherine Frot embodies a badly mouthed tramp who crosses the path of a young migrant in search of his mother, in this pretty film by Claus Drexel whose disconcerting universe mixes fairy tale and social realism.
“READ THE REVIEW:” Under the stars of Paris “, tale of the street in winter
♦ A secret life *
by Aitor Arregi, Jon Garaño and José Mari Goenaga
spanish film, 2:27
Inspired by real events, this film brings us back to life the confinement of a Spanish Republican hidden in his home for thirty-three years behind a double partition.
“READ THE REVIEW:” A Secret Life “, the moles of the Spanish Civil War
♦ Rag boy *
by Nicolas Maury
French film, 1 h 50
Revealed by the series Ten percent, the actor went behind the camera to make a first sensitive film around a character who looks like him but whose moods end up boring.
“READ THE REVIEW:” Rag boy “, the blues to the soul of Nicolas Maury
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