It captures the pictorial beauty of old-fashioned farm life, but it doesn’t romanticize hard labor for its own sake.
Wùlu ultimately lacks enough distinctive formal touches to break free from its superior predecessors.
Arnaud Desplechin tries his hand at a coming-of-age tale with My Golden Days, and does so with equal doses of mature reflection and youthful impetuosity.
Robin Campillo stages a theater of confrontation that deftly seeks to dismantle stereotypical representation.
Ludivine Sagnier and Kristin Scott Thomas are the reasons to watch Love Crime, Alain Corneau’s overly convoluted tale of corporate one-upmanship and murder.
This one is strictly for people who see French films solely for the promise of seeing Louis Garrel flash his weiner or Isabelle Huppert put something inside her.