While serving an oppressive husband and wife in Normandy the much abused (shown in many flashbacks) Celestine schemes with the gardener to steal their wealth & run away to set up their own inn.
Fleeing war-torn Sri Lanka, a former Tamil Tiger soldier forms a family with a widow & an orphan to begin life anew in a French housing project despite a violent drug gang.
Director Aleksandr Sokurov takes us to another landmark museum in Francofonia. Click the image to read my entire review.
007’s thrilling fight against a secret organization called Spectre, & his romantic trysts, takes him to Mexico City, Paris, the Austrian Alps, North Africa, & back to London.
This is the true story of the French high wire artist who made the daring walk on a wire stretched between the World Trade Towers in 1974.
During the Nazi era a Parisian mime who includes a mockery of their salute is sent to a camp to direct a children’s play for the benefit of a Red Cross inspection team & turns it into an act of defiance & unmasking of evil.
With American G.I.s just outside Paris a Swedish diplomat tries to persuade the Nazi General in charge to refuse to carry out Hitler’s order to destroy the city.
When an embittered son inherits his father’s apartment in Paris, he is surprised that it is occupied by an old lady whom he cannot evict, & also a daughter who hates him from the start as an intruder.
A surreal fantasy: a wealthy inventive Parisian man falls in love but his lover comes down with a strange disease which his wealth cannot win against.
Paul Haggiss’ new film consists of 3 very different love stories that take place in Paris, Rome, & New York, all dealing with the theme of trust.