Refined, romantic, tender, personal… Cinema releases on June 29
♦ Decision To Leave ***
by Park Chan-wook
South Korean film, 2:18
The great South Korean filmmaker returns to the screens six years later Miss with a romantic thriller, a delight of refinement and intelligence. Presented in competition at Cannes, the film was rewarded with an amply justified directing prize.
» READ THE REVIEW. “Decision to Leave”, the sophisticated ballet of the master of shadows Park Chan-wook
♦ Goodnight Soldier**
by Hiner Saleem
Franco-Iraqi film, 1 h 30
Director Hiner Saleem returns with a romance tinged with tragedy in which he tackles the themes that are dear to him.
» READ THE REVIEW. “Goodnight Soldier”, love in Kurdistan
♦ Freewheeling ***
by Didier Barcelo
French film, 1 h 29
For his first feature film, Didier Barcelo signs a tender and whimsical comedy that holds up perfectly.
» READ THE REVIEW. Marina Foïs and Benjamin Voisin “freewheeling”
♦ Black notebooks. 1-Viviane, 2-Ronit ***
by Shlomi Elkabetz
Israeli film in two parts, 3:29
Shlomi Elkabetz mixes film extracts and personal archives to pay a heartbreaking tribute to her sister, who died too soon.
» READ THE REVIEW. “Black Notebooks”, Ronit Elkabetz, soul mate
♦ Crossing *
by Varante Soudjian
French film, 1h45
French director Varante Soudjian signs a third feature film that tenderly and humorously explores the waters of reconciliation.
» READ THE REVIEW. “La Traversée” sails on the waves of living together
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