Atypical, solar, bright: the cinema releases on July 21
♦ Onoda, 10,000 nights in the jungle ***
by Arthur Harari
International co-production, 2:45
Arthur Harari tells the true story of a Japanese officer who lived for thirty years on a Pacific island refusing to admit defeat. Discovered in Cannes, this atypical film in French production impresses with its breadth and sobriety.
“READ THE REVIEW:” Onoda “, the lost soldier
♦ On board ***
by Guillaume Brac
French film, 1 h 35
Félix falls in love with Asma during a summer evening in Paris and decides to join her on his vacation spot in Drôme accompanied by his childhood friend Chérif. After its broadcast on Arte, the film with solar charm by Guillaume Brac is released in theaters.
“READ THE REVIEW:” Aboard “, a summer tale with rhomere accents
♦ Good mother **
French film, 1 h 39
For her second feature film, actress Hafsia Herzi paints a luminous portrait of a modest and determined woman who holds her family at arm’s length. The film won an award at Cannes in the Un certain regard section.
“READ THE REVIEW: A” Good mother “in the face of the harshness of the world
♦ Kaamelott-first part **
by Alexandre Astier
French film, 2 hours
After the cathodic series, his man-orchestra Alexandre Astier declines on the big screen his universe (very) freely inspired by the Camelot of the Arthurian gesture and the adventures of the Knights of the Round Table.
“READ THE REVIEW:” Kaamelott – first part “, Le Graal, c’est la vie
♦ Old **
by M. Night Shyamalan
American film, 1 hour 48 minutes
In this adaptation of the graphic novel Sand castle, the American director M. Night Shyamalan asserts himself as an excellent creator of an agonizing atmosphere, despite a weak script.
“READ THE REVIEW: With” Old “, M. Night Shyamalan brings hell to life in paradise
♦ Luxor *
by Zeina Durra
Egyptian-British film, 1 h 26
This film on the wandering full of languor of a woman doctor in the humanitarian sector appeals above all for the interpretation of Andrea Riseborough.
“READ THE REVIEW:” Luxor “, spleen in Egypt
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