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Suzanne was one of 2013’s best films but also one of the most overlooked (including by this reviewer). Winning the best supporting actress César...

Les Garçons et Guillaume à Table (literally The Boys and Guillaume, At the Table) did very healthy box office in France and won the...

Sandrine Kiberlain, one of the greatest French actresses of her generation, is a wonder to behold, even physically. With a long narrow face, large,...

There is a real story lurkng in François Ozon’s new film, Jeune et Jolie (Young and Beautiful), but it’s never fully developed. The movie...

Reem Kherici belongs to a growing group of young women movie-makers making their mark on the French film scene (Maiwann is another). Like Maiwann,...

***Spoiler Warning*** We last met Jesse and Celine in Paris. Before Midnight is the third installment in the “Before” series, preceded by Before Sunset, in which the two...

Warning: This review contains plot spoilers “When good Americans die, they go to Paris,” said Oscar Wilde. Frances of the eponymous film, Frances Ha, goes on...

Honorary Parisian and Pere Lachaise resident, Oscar Wilde, said:  “Moderation is a fatal thing. Nothing succeeds like excess.” This is a sentiment Jay Gatsby shared. ***Warning:...

Jacques Doillon’s films are unique in the intimiste genre in that they often involve children in the action, and Un Enfant de Toi (Me,...

Cinéma refers not only to movies, but to the movie experience: sitting in a darkened room with a crowd of people in front...

François Ozon has built a reputation as one of France’s preeminent directors, with such films as Sous le Sable, Huit Femmes,and Swimming Pool. His...

It’s hard to believe that Alain Resnais, the great director of such classics as Hiroshima, Mon Amour and Last Year at Marienbad is still...