♦ Tales of chance and other fantasies ***
by Ryusuke Hamaguchi
Japanese film, 2:01
Crowned with his recent Oscar, the director of Drive My Car returns with these three tales with Rohmerian accents, making chance the pretext for exploring the passions contained. With this new film, he asserts himself as a unique and ambitious path in Asian cinema.
» READ THE REVIEW. “Tales of chance and other fantasies”, the power of the imagination
♦ At the same time *
by Benoît Delépine and Gustave Kervern
French film, 1 h 48
The duo of directors, who we have known more inspired, signs a schoolboy comedy that mixes the political and feminist air of the times, but only manages to unwind a little rancid humor.
» READ THE REVIEW. “At the same time”, macronism with Delépine-Kervern sauce
♦ The Bad Guys **
by Pierre Perifel
American animated film, 1 h 40
The latest from Dreamworks studios, this friendly animated crime comedy does not lack drive but a little personality.
» READ THE REVIEW. “The Bad Guys”, the temptation of good
♦ Freedom **
by Clara Roquet
Spanish film, 1 h 44
Awarded a Goya, this first film impresses with the singular delicacy with which it shows the end of childhood for a young Catalan and her opening of her eyes to the world as it is.
» READ THE REVIEW. “Libertad”, the summer of ends
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