In Antoinette in the Cévennes, the passionate Antoinette Lapouge (Laure Calamy) is a bundle of
Only The Animals surprised me. This remarkably well-constructed French mystery-thriller is three stories in one.
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In the Name of the Land is the first feature fiction film for Edouard Bergeon,
How tough a job is teaching and disciplining a bunch of lively, but often disinterested
While a largely enjoyable romp, The Mystery of Henri Pick becomes too convoluted for its
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From 1996 to 2001, the Taliban ruled over Afghanistan with an iron fist. During this