In Paris, snowflakes, slogans and a coarse crackdown

Gérald Darmanin sees rave parties everywhere. Visibly traumatized by the Lieuron’s Eve (remember that one of the alleged organizers, a 22-year-old man is still in … Read more

“March of liberties” in Paris: a Syrian photographer injured during a police charge

Syrian photographer Ameer al-Halbi was injured during a police charge while covering the “March for Freedoms” on Saturday afternoon, AFP reported. On Twitter, Christophe Deloire, … Read more

“In my place”, the tastes of struggle

More than four years after the first turmoil of Night Standing, Jeanne Dressen’s film comes to us with the hangover of unfulfilled revolutions. He carries … Read more

Celia Levi: culture broth

Some novels start quietly. Text without special effects. Beginning of a hackneyed intrigue: a young Breton woman “goes up” to Paris. The capital object of … Read more