What would the truth bring?
In the aftermath of WWI, a young German who grieves the death of her fiancé in France meets a mysterious French man who visits the fiance’s grave to lay flowers.
The latest film from beloved French director François Ozon, is a “richly imagined” (Hollywood Reporter) hypnotic tale of love and remembrance in the wake of the First World War. In what critics are calling “Ozon’s best film in years” (IndieWire), Frantz explores the strange bond that forms between a grieving German widow and the mysterious Frenchman she meets at her fiancé’s grave. Featuring a “stunning” lead performance from Paula Beer, this “sumptuous period drama” (The Guardian) has drawn comparisons to Christian Petzold’s Phoenix, and heralds a powerful new work from a master craftsman.
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Paris, in the early 1990s: a group of young activists is desperately tied to finding the cure against an unknown lethal disease. They target the pharmaceutical labs that are retaining potential cures, and multiply direct actions, with the hope of saving their lives as well as the ones of future generations.
KODACHROME stars Jason Sudeikis as Matt, a recently divorced, struggling music executive on a downward spiral when his father’s nurse Zooey (Elizabeth Olsen) show ups unexpectedly. His estranged father Ben (Ed Harris) – a celebrated photographer – has been diagnosed with terminal cancer.
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