“Dalva”, “Le Bleu du caftan”, “On the black paths”… The cinema releases of March 22
♦ Dalva ***
by Emmanuelle Nicot
Franco-Belgian film, 1 h 20
For her first feature film, Emmanuelle Nicot recounts with great delicacy the metamorphoses of a pre-adolescent girl torn from an incestuous father who had transformed her into a little woman.
» READ THE REVIEW: « Dalva », a chaotic return to childhood
♦ The Blue of the caftan ***
by Maryam Touzani
Franco-Moroccan film, 2 h 02
Moroccan director Maryam Touzani tackles the theme of homosexuality in Morocco through a love triangle of thwarted desires, brought together around the making of a traditional caftan.
READ THE REVIEW: “Le Bleu du caftan”, the modesty of feelings
♦ On the dark paths **
by Denis Imbert
French film, 1 h 34
A pleasant adaptation of the writer-traveler’s book, this film shares with us its author’s path to redemption through a sublimated wild France.
” READ THE REVIEW: “On the black paths”, Jean Dujardin in the footsteps of Sylvain Tesson
♦ great expectations **
by Sylvain Desclous
French film, 1h45
Thriller in the political world, this film focuses on the meteoric rise of a modest young woman. Can we save the world with dirty hands? asks its director.
READ THE REVIEW: ‘High Expectations’: Can You Save the World With Dirty Hands?
♦ Chile 1976**
by Manuela Martelli
Chilean film, 1 h 35
A housewife from the Chilean upper class is confronted, in spite of herself, with the violent repression of the Pinochet regime. A remarkable debut from actress Manuela Martelli.
READ THE REVIEW: “Chile 1976” by Manuela Martelli, a woman’s secret
♦ Eternal Daughter**
by Joanna Hogg
British film, 1:36
With this film that looks like a gothic tale and its favorite actress Tilda Swinton, Joanna Hogg signs a strange and splendid story about mourning.
» READ THE REVIEW: « Eternal Daughter », the ghosts of the mother
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