What should we see at the movies this Wednesday? Here is a summary of the reviews of our culture department. Click on the links to read the articles.
Huge, by Sophie Letourneur. “Letourneur stages this duality by systematizing a use of the reverse shot which gives it material for a formal research, as much as a burlesque, cash and biting comedy on the desire for a child.”
Police, by Anne Fontaine. “Thus the good feelings of bad theater invite themselves despite the central locking of the doors on this narrow stage which stretches out in time and the darkness of doubt, and the restraint of its good actors (Virginie Efira, Omar Sy , Grégory Gadebois) can’t do much about it. “
Poissonsexe, d’Olivier Babinet. “Fable of anticipation with a feather budget and romance without libido, the film describes a near present decked out in robotic gadgets, whose axis is essentially poetic. “
Antigone, by Sophie Desrape. “With this overplayed veracity, the film shouts out with reductive personifications, theatrical naturalists, where the idea disappears under the game (actor, coarse). “
Mom, from Pablo Larrain. “Seeking to tick the box” breathtaking “both at the plastic and narrative level, the film tries the piece of bravery in each sequence and loads the boat with everything that undoubtedly provokes a” cinema effect “- complicated shots, reactions disproportionate. “
(Photo Studiocanal GmbH. T. Grabherr)