You say Amour, Michael Haneke says à mort. Love and death are inseparable, as old age conspires to end a lifelong romance. Amour..
Not cinematic enough for the official history of French cinema, maybe, but the locals knew all along that Guitry’s barbed theatrics still..
Singular Image: Carl Theodor Dreyer’s The Passion Of Joan Of Arc (1928) – Masters of Cinema Blu-ray review
Are you ready for your close-up? Over seventy years old, but so rarely copied that it still feels groundbreaking. The Passion of Joan of..
French critics famously voted the film the best ever made in that country. In truth, it’s better than that. Les Enfants Du Paradis..
Le Quai Des Brumes isn’t the reason that ‘film noir’ has a French name, but it may as well be. Le Quai des Brumes (Marcel Carne,..