The Son’s Room is a masterfully controlled and conceived film that towers above the similarly themed and titled In The Bedroom.
Nanni Moretti announced himself as a warm, slightly goofy comedian with the highly regarded Caro Diario, but turns his image on its head with the lauded The Son’s Room.
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...
An elegant and witty French experience.
The best way to describe the filmic farce Moliere is perhaps Moliere Dans L’Amour – such is its debt to Shakespeare In Love. Like that Oscar winner, this explains the evolution of the French playwright’s most famous work, Tartuffe, as being the...
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...
Giovanni, played by the director Nanni Moretti, is a psychiatrist who lives with his wife, Paola, Laura Morante, and their teenage children, Irene and Andrea, in a provincial port city. They are a very modern, very affectionate family, although...