“The Innocent”, “EO”, “RMN”, “Simon’s Journey of the Century”… Which movies deserve their ticket?

Your movie reviews of the week

  • Charlotte Lipinska (Vogue)
  • Sophie Avon (South West)
  • Camille Never (issue)
  • Pierre Murat (Telerama)

“Innocent” by Louis Harrell

In prison, where she teaches theater, Sylvie (Anouk Greenberg) marries Michel (Roshdi Zem), who was arrested for robbery. When the latter is released, he offers Sylvia the flower shop of her dreams. But he is quickly overtaken by his demons and takes Abel (Louis Garrel), Sylvie’s son, on a heist…

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“EO” by Jerzy Skolimovskyi

Jury Prize in Cannes. A remake “Accidental Balthazar” Robert Bresson, where the world is seen through the eyes of the donkey E.O., who passes by a circus, a stable, a bar, a football field or an Italian palace.

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NMR of Christian Mungiu

Matthias, who had been working in Germany, returns to his home village in Transylvania, which has been turned upside down because an industrial bakery has hired three workers from Sri Lanka. Society is very xenophobic.

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“Harkey” by Philippe Faucon

From 1959 to 1962, the Algerian auxiliary units of the French army understood that France was going to abandon them. Some officers, like Lt. Pascal (Theo Cholby), try to get the men in their unit repatriated to France.

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“Simon, the trip of the century” by Olivier Daan

The life of Simone Vale, played by (young) Rebecca Marder, then Elsa Silberstein. A life that scrolls through successive memories of deportation, political battles in the assembly for the legalization of abortion and the presidency of the European Parliament.

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Absorption by Gilles Perret

When Cédric (Pierre Deladonchamps) learns that a precision mechanics company in Savoy is about to be sold to an investment fund, he and his childhood friends pretend to be financiers who want to buy it out.

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Favorites are masks and feathers

  • Sofia Avon: Le Petit Nicolas, What are we waiting for to be happy?, animated film by Amandine Fredon, Benjamin Massoubra. AND surprised, by Sophie Levy.
  • Charlotte Lipinska: book, Romy Schneider and Claude Saute, Jean-Pierre Lavouigny, Sara Biazzini, and Yves Sauté (ed. de la Martiniere).
  • Jerome Garsen: butterfly vision, Maksym Nakonechnyi. AND Patient, Christoph Charrier (will appear at Arte on October 28 and already on Arte.tv).
  • Camille Never: Reprise, a documentary by Hervé Le Roux on DVD (Montparnasse Edition). and a book The story of McMahonist, Christophe Fouché (ed. Books on order).
  • Pierre Murat: kick the stairs Robert Wise (Ed. Rimini).

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