AIDS is everywhere in Christophe Honoré’s film, though not as a looming monster sneakily picking its next victim.
Christophe Honoré’s playful pop instincts are on display throughout Sorry Angel in short, affecting bursts.
Benoît Jacquot’s treatment of the text is devoid of either formal obsessiveness or a contemporary hook.
A curiously unsentimental director of romantic comedies, Julie Delpy sees romance for the work that it primarily is.
Every substrata of music geekdom deserves a period piece as this swan song for the golden era of French house music.
As a film about a middle-aged woman traveling back in time to relive her teenage years in 1985, Camille Rewinds gets its period fetishism out of the way quickly.