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Cinéma Français

Un, deux, trois, quatre, cinq! Five! Five French Film Festival favourites are screening at Dendy Southport this June to August! Sacre Bleu! Allons-y to Dendy!

A huge all-star cast dazzles in the spectacular and exhilarating new film by Xavier Giannoli - Lost Illusions, releasing on June 23rd, is a masterpiece told with panache and covers a subject matter very relevant to our times: via it's adaptation of Balzac’s classic novel regarding a young idealist who learns that anything can be bought and sold. 

Haute Couture, out June 30has a grittiness and committed performances that ground the story and immerse the viewer. That doesn’t mean it stints on the glamour though - as it weaves the tail of a head seamstress at Dior and a most unlikely apprentice.

With an all-star ensemble cast led by Gérard Depardieu and Liliane Rovère (Call My Agent!), The Villa, releasing July 7, joins the ranks of The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel, Calendar Girls and The Intouchables, with its touching and oft-hilarious depiction of friendships formed against all odds.

Sink your teeth into the juicy murder comedy Murder Party, releasing July 28,  as a brilliant architect must become an investiator  when there's a murder at a beautiful mansion owned by an eccentric family who is head of a board game empire, and finally, Employee of The Month, out on Aug 4, will make you cry with laughter and take the you on an overdue journey around the world.

Tickets go on sale every Tuesday afternoon. 

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Haute couture

M Drama

Esther is at the end of her career as Head Seamstress at Dior Avenue Montaigne workshop. One day, she gets her handbag stolen in the metro by a 20 year old woman, Jade.

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Murder Party

M Comedy

Jeanne is hired to renovate a mansion owned by a family head of a board game empire. But when the landlord is found dead, everyone becomes a suspect...

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Employee Of The Month

M Comedy

The hilarious smash-hit French comedy written and directed by, and starring Jérôme Commandeur.