Janette Bertrand “happy” to be vaccinated

Among the many Quebecers over the age of 85 to have been vaccinated against COVID-19 this Monday was none other than Janette Bertrand. • Read … Read more

“I can’t wait, I want to live!” – Janette Bertrand

The author, screenwriter, host, and monument of Quebec society, Janette Bertrand, 96, will be vaccinated against COVID-19 next Monday at the Olympic Stadium in Montreal. … Read more

“Rolling Stone”, rolling press (towards the abyss)

This post comes from the daily newsletter of the Culture department of Release, sent free of charge every evening. Reference in the musical press since … Read more

“Monster Hunter”: the knee bill

This post comes from the daily newsletter of the Culture department of Release, sent free of charge every evening. No lesson seems to have been … Read more

“Brothers”, life without a mother

It is a tale of recklessness. He teaches us that not too much is needed, and that the accepted masochism of mothers has its limits … Read more

From Liz Taylor to Gal Gadot, too pale Cleopatra?

We can imagine the brainstorming between feverish agents stuck on Zoom: “What other ‘powerful woman’ could therefore embody Gal Gadot while keeping this empowerment mix, … Read more

“Pink Films”, we parted good tatami

If the history of cinema often disdains the pink, associated with eroticism soft, watering clouds of standardized and juicy productions in Japan, this color, which … Read more

Waiting for the thaw: civil rights, board games and unfinished manuscript

Until the cinema, show and exhibition halls are fully reopened, “Liberation” offers a cultural selection that can be consumed indefinitely. 1. With a committed strategy … Read more

Michel Piccoli at “Libé” in 2013: “The directors delegate their secrets to me”

While we learn of the disappearance of Michel Piccoli at the age of 94, we republish the portrait that painted Release on the last page, … Read more