♦ France ***
by Bruno Dumont
French film, 2:14
Bruno Dumont signs a creaking and virtuoso satire of our contemporary world through the portrait of a star journalist of a non-stop news channel embodied by Léa Seydoux.
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♦ The Land of Men **
by Naël Marandin
French film, 1 h 36
With “The Land of Men”, Naël Marandin signs a beautiful film, harsh and endearing, on the games of power and power in the peasant world, against a backdrop of male domination.
“READ THE REVIEW:” The Land of Men “, a mouse and men
♦ Brittle **
by Emma Benestan
French film, 1 h 40
With this reverse romantic comedy – it is the boy this time who suffers -, the director Emma Benestan, of which it is the first feature film, wanted to make, she says, a Dirty Dancing Algerian style. Successful bet.
“READ THE REVIEW:” Fragile “, rag boy
♦ The witches of Akelarre **
by Pablo Agüero
Argento-Spanish film, 1 h 32
Largely inspired by the witch hunt carried out in the Basque Country at the beginning of the 17th century, this film crowned with five Goyas deliberately takes on contemporary accents.
“READ THE REVIEW:” The witches of Akelarre “, female resistance
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