A gentle, rambling adventure in the wild.
A nature documentary blended with gentle drama, The Fox and the Child has a simple premise: Cute, 10-year-old girl spends a year stalking a fox which she dubs Lily, befriends the creature and her cubs, then realises she has to let Lily go back to...
Good natured rom-com turns on the charm to great effect.
FRENCH FILM FESTIVAL: There’s a great set-piece halfway through this rather sweet and funny small-scale rom-com from director Jean-Pierre Améris where one of the film’s heroes, Angélique (Isabelle Carré), bursts into a bubbly and bright version...
Stylishly shot with strong performances across the board, the experience is not only affecting but also reflective.
This stylish ensemble drama from one of France’s greatest directors, Alain Resnais (Hiroshima Mon Amour, Last Year In Marienbad, Same Old Song), was awarded the Silver Lion at the 2006 Venice Film Festival. Released in France as Coeurs (literally...
Engaging and quite intriguing as there is no detailed exposition at all but rather a gentle, lyrical observation of character.
Coeurs is celebrated French director Alain Resnais film version of British playwright Alan Ayckbourn’s successful play 'Private Fears in Public Places".Involving 6 characters whose lives are interwoven, the film deals with love, loneliness and...
A nostalgic reminiscence.
Friends Garris (Jacques Gamblin) and Riton (Jacques Villeret) live on the edge of a marsh making a living from the flora and fauna of the region, which they sell in the neighboring town. Garris arrived here just after the Great War, a war which...