A COUP DE THEATRE… without twists and turns – Review

A COUP DE THEATRE without twists and turns Review

Surfing on the wave of investigative films launched by Kenneth Branagh, COUP DE THÉÂTRE tried to get out of the whodunit game: without success. In recent years, detective and murder films seem to be experiencing a certain revival. In 2017, Kenneth Branagh had already resuscitated the famous Hercule Poirot on the occasion of a Crime … Read more

The City of Clouds and Birds – Anthony Doerr – book review

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Summary : The reader is taken from 15th century Constantinople to a distant future where humanity plays its survival aboard a strange spaceship through America from the 1950s to the present day. All characters have had their fates changed by The City of Clouds and Birds, a mysterious text from ancient Greece that spans time, … Read more

The School of Topeka – Ben Lerner – book review

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Summary : The father is a psychologist, the mother a successful feminist writer, the son a champion of the high school debate team: on the surface, the Gordons are the epitome of the affluent and progressive white American middle class. But at the end of the 1990s, the neat facades of Topeka, Kansas, began to … Read more

DVDFr | Belfast: the complete Blu-ray review

DVDFr Belfast the complete Blu ray review

The restrained evocation of Kenneth Branagh’s childhood memories, before violence pushed his family to flee to England. Belfast, August 15, 1969. Buddy, 9, knows perfectly well who he is and to what world he belongs, that of the working class of the northern districts of Belfast where he lives happy, pampered and safe; in a … Read more

The House of Leaves – Mark Z. Danielewski – book review

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Summary : Returning home one evening, the Navidsons – Will, Karen and their two children who have just moved to Virginia – discover that a new room has popped up in their house… Meters, blueprints and measuring devices are commandeered, and Suddenly the strangest explanation becomes the most obvious: the Navidsons’ home is bigger on … Read more

European Film Awards 2022: the first 30 films in the running – Film Review

European Film Awards 2022 the first 30 films in the

As bestas © 2022 Lucia Faraig / Arcadia Motion Pictures / Caballo Films / The Pact All rights reserved Will the European Film Awards one day end up going to the far north? Health uncertainty in the middle of winter obliges, it is indeed not the first time that the Academy of European Cinema announces … Read more

Review of literary prizes, their favorites and their scandals in the cultural box office

Welcome to the Box Office, the show’s weekly meeting place Soft Power. Every week, we peel the trends of the culture and the biggest successes of the moment. In partnership with the GfK study institute for books and video games and CBO Box Office for the cinema. Prix ​​Médicis for Christine Angot, Prix Fémina for … Read more

The Nights of Mashhad: The Review

The Nights of Mashhad The Review

THE NIGHTS OF MASHHAD Release date : 07/13/2022 Original title : holy spider Duration of the movie : 1:56 Director: Ali Abbasi Scriptwriter : Ali Abbasi Performers: Mehdi Bajestani, Zar Amir Ebrahimi, Arash Ashtiani, Forouzan Jamshidnejad, Alice Rahimi, Sara Fazilat, Sina Parvaneh, Nima Akbarpour CRITICISM Nights of Mashhad is a good Iranian film inspired by … Read more

Life Is Strange Review: True Colors. The power of empathy and emotions

Life Is Strange Review True Colors The power of empathy

The review of the game Life is Strange: True Colors, published by Square Enix and developed by Deck Nine Games, was carried out on PS5. Published on July 4, 2022 at 12:44 PM. Last modification on July 7, 2022 at 8:03 p.m. The estimated time for reading this test is 7 min. 0 comment Available … Read more

DVDFr | Le Parfum d’Yvonne: the complete Blu-ray review

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A delicate adaptation by Patrice Leconte of a beautiful novel by Patrick Modiano, unfairly shunned when it was released in theaters. During the summer of 1958, Victor, a young Frenchman, to escape conscription at the time of the Algerian war, took refuge in a boarding house on the shores of Lake Geneva, claiming to be … Read more