Critics of the culture department Release (click on the titles to read the articles) to help you choose which movie to see (or not) this week at the cinema.
Maternalby Maura Delpero. In her first fictional feature film, Italian filmmaker Maura Delpero recounts teenage motherhood in Argentina, through a female trio linked by the closed doors of a Catholic home. An immersion full of empathy, between seclusion and freedom. Also read, our interview with Maura delpero.
While waiting for the carnival by Marcelo Gomes. In his documentary, Marcelo Gomes returns to the village of Toritama, birthplace of jeans factories in Brazil, where the annual festivities become the only outlet for an overexploited population.
My Grandfather and I de Tim Hill. Tasteless despite its seductive cast, “My Grandfather and I”, by Tim Hill, is a sinister regressive pantalonnade.
Sister by Svetla Tsotsorkova. Filmmaker Svetla Tsotsorkova orchestrates a creepy and sour family duel.
Before loving you, To face, The journey of fear, Bigamie d’Ida Lupino. The release in cinemas of Ida Lupino, one of the rare female filmmakers of the 1950s, allows us to rediscover a work that brings to light the masochism of a corseted Hollywood and deals with difficult subjects while avoiding the clichés of melodrama.
(Photo Memento Films. Maternal)