Sophisticated, poetic, moving: the cinema releases on July 7



♦ Kuessipan ***

by Myriam Verreault

Quebec film – 1 h 57

Kuessipan is the beautiful story of a long-term friendship, shaken by the ups and downs of life. Above all, it preserves itself from the usual commonplaces about the Aboriginals. A magnificent and poetic film interpreted by non-actors recruited from the Uashat reserve, and produced with local technicians.

»READ THE REVIEW: “Kuessipan”, to life, to death

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♦ Fritzi ***

by Ralf Kukula and Matthias Bruhn

European animated film – 1 h 26

This moving animated film for the youngest tells the story of the spontaneous demonstrations in Leipzig which brought down the Communist dictatorship in East Germany.

»READ THE REVIEW: “Fritzi”, the fall of the Berlin Wall seen by children

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♦ Annette **

by Leos Carax

International co-production – 2 hrs 20 mins

Leos Carax’s sixth film films a love story between two beings who are completely separate. A sophisticated musical that moves with its representation of childhood and annoys both because of its excessive formalism.

»READ THE REVIEW: Cannes Film Festival: “Annette”, rock opera on the brilliant darkness of the soul

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♦ I wanted to hide **

of Giorgio Diritti

Italian film – –

Awarded numerous prizes in Italy, this film traces in an impressionistic way the trajectory of the painter and sculptor Antonio Ligabue.

»READ THE REVIEW: “I wanted to hide”, to paint to calm down

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