Filled with despair concerning her marriage, a mother t ravels from London to Paris, has a one night affair & returns to her husband & children.
Vincent van Gogh’s last days are told as the son of one of his subjects tries to deliver a letter written by the artist to his brother, who also has died.
A personal shopper in Paris who is a medium tries to get in touch with her dead brother & is stalked by a mysterious texter just before she comes upon a murder.
A middle-aged Parisian woman teaching philosophy faces a series of losses, beginning with her adulterous husband, the death of hr mother, & her book contract.
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.