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Aaron Sorkin’s Chicago Seven, America’s Trial

CRITICISM – In 1968, the demonstration on the sidelines of the Democratic convention degenerated. Returning to the trial of its organizers, the brilliant screenwriter of The Social Network shows the deep divisions that the United States still suffers from. A powerful movie to watch on Netflix. By Etienne Sorin The Chicago Seven also shines with […]

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Princess Europe, BHL’s one-man-show

CRITICAL – In this documentary, Camille Lotteau maliciously films the media intellectual’s tour. By Etienne Sorin Bernard-Henri Lévy on a journey through Europe. Here in Hungary, where he met Hungarian Head of State Viktor Orban. Margo Cinema / Dulac Distribution The best comedy of the fall is a documentary on Bernard-Henri Lévy. Princess Europe is […]

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Drunk or the fury of being drunk

CRITICAL – To be more efficient, four friends decide to live with permanently 0.5 g of alcohol in their blood. Signed Thomas Vinterberg, this new Danish cinema vintage is particularly tasty. Mads Mikkelsen in Drunk. High and Short We should check. According to a Scandinavian philosopher, the human being would be much more efficient with […]

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Huge comedy wins the Jean Vigo Prize

Usually organized in June, the Jean Vigo Prize, postponed to October due to the pandemic, this year hailed the audacious comedy Huge. Signed Sophie Letourneur, it features the duo Jonathan Cohen and Marina Foïs, in an improbable farce. Marina Foïs plays Claire, an internationally renowned pianist whose agent is her own husband, Frédéric, a handyman, […]