Fruity spooks a Gallic hoot
It’s a long-running complaint that commercial cinema portrays gays as little more than ridiculous caricatures. Most gay men are the mincing-but-wise neighbour, offering relationship and wardrobe advice to the lovelorn professional gal-next-door ...
A Jewish shtetl in Central Europe in 1941 is the setting for Train Of Life ... Understandably fearful of the coming holocaust, Shlomo, Lionel Abelanski, proposes that, instead of waiting to be transported to a concentration camp, the inhabitants...
An amiable film, but not a very hard-hitting or memorable one.
Yvan (Yvan Attal), a television sports journalist, counts himself very fortunate to have married a famous movie star, Charlotte (Charlotte Gainsbourg). But it irritates him when strangers ogle his wife, or when she uses her name to book a table...