The Bélier Family earns every tear and chortle with its mix of sensitivity and rude exuberance.
Being a teenager is awkward and embarrassing at the best of times, but try being the only hearing member of a deaf family, and having to translate for everyone at the doctor’s office, the bank and the market stall. Not to mention having...
First-look review from the 2015 Venice Film Festival.
In Lolo, Julie Delpy's sixth and most brazenly commercial effort as a writer-director, the helmer plays an uptight Parisian sophisticate drawn into a long-term love affair with an earnest provincial rube (Dany Boon), while her teenage son, Lolo ...
Radio host drama tells it like it is.
FRENCH FILM FESTIVAL: Watching this rather good-natured and good-looking drama from writer-director Pierre Pinaud I was reminded of an ancient maxim about how even the best of us like to 'hide behind a job’....
A frenetic chronicle of the personal toll of policing.
Australian readers of a certain vintage will fondly recall Cop Shop, the hit 1970s soap-opera that explored the intermingled personal and professional lives of a photogenic cast, playing police officials in a suburban station. Maiwenn’s slick...

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