What should be tempted to the cinema this week?

Laurent Delmas and Christine Masson dig into the movie news and share with you the movies they liked (or didn’t!) this week.

Azor by Andreas Fontanan

Argentina, in the 1980s, a Swiss banker takes over the current business of his partner, who has mysteriously disappeared. Thriller about the secret mechanisms of financing under the Argentine dictatorship.

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“Harkey” by Philippe Faucon

Young Algerians without resources enroll in the ranks of the French army. While the outcome of the war predicts Algerian independence, the Harkis see their future in doubt.

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“Innocent” by Louis Harrell

The son learns that his mother wants to marry a man who has been released from prison. Supported by his best friend, he is ready to do anything to protect and reject his mother.

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“Little Nicholas – what are we waiting for to be happy?” Amandine Fredon and Benjamin Massoubre

Jean-Jacques Sempet and René Gosigny draw, illustrate, bring to life before our eyes Little Nicolas, who penetrates into the workshop of his creators, challenges them, communicating with the viewer with amazing humor.

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“Simon – the journey of the century” by Olivier Daan

The fate of Simone Weil brought to the screen from childhood to political struggle, passing through her tragedies.
The extraordinary journey of one of France’s greatest women, the one who shook her time and revolutionized human rights.

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A Good Beginning, a documentary by Xabi Molia and Agnes Molia

We follow high school students who have been living away from school for months, almost completely disconnected from school life. A unique class in France is opening its doors in Grenoble to support these traumatized young people to regain confidence and self-belief.

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“Years of Lead” by Margarete von Trott

The film was released on October 12. Two sisters with different temperaments, who grew up in post-war Germany, choose an unexpected individual path: Juliana becomes a journalist, and her sister Marianne takes part in the armed struggle.

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“The Lost Honor of Katharina Blum” by Margarete von Trott and Volker Schlöndorff

The film was released on October 12. Katarina spends the night with a young man she met at a party. The next day, her house is surrounded by the police and she has to undergo an interrogation that she does not understand.

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