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Comme un air review

Posted : 1 year, 4 months ago on 7 November 2016 06:25 (A review of Comme un air)

As a motorbike courier prepares to get on his bike he hums a romantic tune. Overheard by a passer-by who unknowingly sings along, the song is passed from person to person across the city from launderettes, to shop keepers, to taxi drivers to security guards. Journeying along the roads, through the streets and even in the metro, the song makes a romantic odyssey across Paris all the way back to the man who started it. A whimsical short film that captures the reason Paris is known as the City of Love.

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Teen Funkle Paradise review

Posted : 1 year, 4 months ago on 7 November 2016 06:23 (A review of Teen Funkle Paradise)

Un plage de sable fin. Un petit coin de paradis. Un homme, habillé très élégamment, savoure, seul, la tranquilité et la plénitude d'un doux moment d'été lorsqu'une ravissante créature sort de l'eau et marche ruisselante, dans sa direction.

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Reptil review

Posted : 1 year, 4 months ago on 7 November 2016 06:22 (A review of Reptil)

Court-Métrage Français / Fantastique / © 2005
15' / Couleur / 35mm / 1.85 / Dolby SR / English Subtitles / Visa n°104.156

Saint-Malo, France, 1958. Un vieil homme, au passé d'aventurier, paria de la société, dévoile sa vraie nature au crépuscule de sa vie.

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Tu devrais faire du cinéma review

Posted : 1 year, 4 months ago on 7 November 2016 06:20 (A review of Tu devrais faire du cinéma)

TU DEVRAIS FAIRE DU CINEMA est un film à la réalisation et au scénario d'une rare sensibilité. Un film pour les amoureux du cinéma, qui verront ici la représentation qu'un enfant a du cinéma, à savoir l'apparence d'une femme. Ce court-métrage sans prétention se paye en plus une guest star de luxe : Claude Chabrol ! Un beau film, un peu mystérieux sur les bords, mais une dans tous les cas, une superbe déclaration d'amour d'un cinéphile au cinéma.

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Le taxi Cormier review

Posted : 1 year, 4 months ago on 7 November 2016 03:47 (A review of Le taxi Cormier)

Depuis cinquante ans le taxi Cormier fait tous les jours, aller-retour, les quelque mille kilomètres qui séparent la péninsule acadienne, dans le nord-est du Nouveau-Brunswick, de la ville de Montréal, au Québec. Le Taxi Cormier, c'est aussi un film sur l'Acadie contemporaine telle qu'elle se vit au quotidien, loin du folklore et du pittoresque. On se retrouve avec cinq personnages, en plein hiver, dans une fourgonnette, en train de «monter» à Montréal. Parallèlement, le film nous montre l'univers quotidien de ces mêmes personnages. Un regard moderne sur l'errance et l'âme inconnue du peuple acadien.

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Spartacus review

Posted : 1 year, 8 months ago on 17 July 2016 03:31 (A review of Spartacus)

In ancient Rome at the time of the consuls Pompey and Crassus. In eastern Greece, the young Thracian Spartacus is taken as a slave to Rome. Rasch calls its owner Crassus the powerful youth to on, as a gladiator to stand his whole man in the lions Arena. Life as a Roman slave under his new master, Consul Crassus is extremely hard and unfair, even if his love for the daughter of Crassus also allows beautiful moments. As the hedonistic Crassus in an orgy preposterous demands - namely, a duel to the death with Amoricus, the fiance's sister Spartacus' - breaks in the absolute will Spartacus out for resistance and revolt against slavery. Using other gladiators and slave Spartacus dares the big strong kick, wrestle the Romans settled in a surprise coup and fled from Rome.

Finally in freedom, the proud Thracians begins to build up its own army, with which he wants to compete against the vastly superior Roman forces. When he learns Senate the startling news of a the reversals in the Rome against slave army, decisions are taken quickly to defend themselves, to choke this rebellion in the bud. Meanwhile, Spartacus has in a country woman, a young Thrakierin in love. The first military clash between Spartcus rebels and the Roman armies found in Puglia, near the ancient city Petilia instead. Spartacus is fighting the troops of its former owner Crassus as the winner, but in the next battle in Lucania the Spartacus loyalists are completely wiped out. Spartacus himself is a victim of a devious intrigue and dies a martyr fearsome.

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Par une belle nuit d'hiver review

Posted : 1 year, 8 months ago on 15 July 2016 04:02 (A review of Par une belle nuit d'hiver)

Fiction de Jean Beaudin sur la découverte de l’amour avec Jean-René Ouellette, Marcel Sabourin, René Caron, Denis Drouin, Mariette Duval et Luce Guilbeault. Alors que deux jeunes nageront en pleine euphorie amoureuse, des couples plus âgés se disputeront.

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Les années noires review

Posted : 1 year, 8 months ago on 15 July 2016 03:05 (A review of Les années noires)

Ce film disperse de nombreux mythes et préjugés, articulant une vision jusqu’ici inédite de l’expérience acadienne. À travers le regard dynamique d’historiens, le réalisateur propose une perspective élargie des événements de la Déportation qui soutiennent la trame documentaire du film.

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Comic Books Go to War review

Posted : 1 year, 8 months ago on 15 July 2016 04:04 (A review of Comic Books Go to War)

The universe of comic books is a worldwide pop mythology, a Pantheon in cheap newsprint and saturated colors. For almost 100 years comic books have provided fantasy, escape, and compensation for adolescents who often feel powerless and misunderstood in their daily lives. Fantasies of power are inevitably violent, but the violence in comic books has no consequences. After all, it's just the stroke of a pen... But what happens when the comic book meets real war? In this age of hundreds of television stations, 24-hour news, worldwide instantaneous satellite transmission and thousands of web sites updated hourly, the lowly comic book has become a documentary medium, providing a real understanding of the human dimensions of war, genocide and revolution. It's a new journalistic form. Comic Books Go To War explores the journalistic, aesthetic and political implications of reporting the most violent and terrible of human experiences through "comix."

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