The great names in cinema
| 100 minutes | 2017
North Korea as you’ve never seen it in this gripping recollection by celebrated documentarist Claude Lanzmann (Shoah) of a love lost. In 1958, Lanzmann was part of the first European delegation invited to visit North Korea. Napalm muses on the notion of memory through a tale of impossible love. Narrated by the filmmaker, the story becomes novelesque and epically romantic. He speaks; we listen. We understand that, above all, cinema is also the act of imagining, of dreaming off-camera.
A visual extravaganza set in the vastness of the desert that shook up Quebec cinema and seduced audiences worldwide. Worth a second look. Pascale...
CANADA , Quebec | 100 minutes | 1998
A light-hearted romp through Cannes, Claire’s Camera is a delightfully wry comedy that points up the elegance of Hong Sang-Soo’s writing. Shot during...
SOUTH KOREA | 100 minutes | 2017
Moving portrait of a stubborn Congolese woman who, faced with setbacks, refuses to stay in the shadows. “On the count of ten, Félicité, you will be...
FRANCE , Belgium , Senegal , Lebanon | 100 minutes | 2017
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