Ambitious, sensual, uplifting: the cinema releases on July 14
♦ Designated guilty ***
by Kevin MacDonald
American Film, 2:10
This film effectively returns to the trajectory of Mohamedou Ould Slahi, imprisoned for fourteen years without charge in the American military prison in the south-east of Cuba.
»READ THE REVIEW:“Designated guilty”, one of the forgotten Guantanamo
♦ Brothers in arms **
by Sylvain Labrosse
French film, 1 h 21
Sylvain Labrosse delivers with his first feature film an ambitious story that brings together two brothers who have been linked for fifteen years by a drama known only to them.
»READ THE REVIEW: “Brothers in arms”: a family secret, from the Balkans to Brest
♦ Bergman Island ***
by Mia Hansen-Love
European co-production, 1 h 52
In theaters and in competition at the Cannes Film Festival, Mia Hansen-Love’s sixth film is a cerebral and sensual variation on the couple and creation, in the magnificent setting of the Swedish island where filmmaker Ingmar Bergman lived.
»READ THE REVIEW: “Bergman Island”, the couple’s island of vertigo
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