Wednesday, November 16, 2016

Ghosts, magical creatures and superstars of the 93 : on our selection movie – The World

Each Wednesday, The Morning shows you the best movies to see on the big screen.

THE GHOSTS across The SCREEN : “Planetarium “

the Third feature film by Rebecca Zlotowski after Belle-Epine and Grand Central, Planetarium carries even more up its ambitions to be a mixed international cast and film of the time, diving as a medium, and growing dangers, delirium policy and illusion in film, metaphor, finally, a threat that seems to again concern the time present.

In the Paris of the late 1930s, the sisters Barlow (Natalie Portman and Lily-Rose Depp), medium u.s., occur in a cabaret. A film producer, André Korben (Emmanuel Salinger, who portrays a character inspired by Bernard Natan, ceo of Pathé murdered in Auschwitz) makes them come to his home for private sessions, before inviting them to participate in a film whose ambition is to film the presence of the dead. Everything here form network. Between the belief in the redeeming power of cinema and the destruction of the jews of Europe in the announcement, Rebecca Zlotowski speaks to us, with a bitter irony, but with a belief intact in his art, the life of the dead. the Jacques Mandelbaum

” Planetarium “, French movie from Rebecca Zlotowski with Natalie Portman, Lily-Rose Depp, Emmanuel Salinger (1: 45).


Derived far of the saga Harry Potter, fantastic beasts is proving to be an excellent surprise. J. K. Rowling, the author of novels, until now, was a consultant for their adaptation, it makes here his debut as a screenwriter. The story is based on a character barely mentioned in the adventures of the sorcerer : Norbert Dragon (Eddie Redmayne), the author of a textbook, a specialist in magical creatures, exercising his talents at the beginning of the XXe century.

Under the cover of an exciting hunt for magical creatures unleashed in New York by Norbert, her adventures take the form of a debate on the fiscal year clandestine magic. The director, David Yates, embrace with enthusiasm the pyrotechnies magic of rigor. Despite some excesses, the use of digital effects is very relevant. It gives life to this original story with a real fun and infectious, with nice breaks, featuring this New York steampunk 1920s. Noémie Luciani

” fantastic beasts “, american movie from David Yates with Eddie Redmayne, Katherine Waterston (2: 13).


This documentary, shot in Aulnay-sous-Bois, with students of the college Claude Debussy form a fabulous portrait of the group that eyeing on the side of the fantastic cinema, the thriller, the musical, science-fiction, propelling us, as it thwarts all the clichés attached to the suburb, light years ahead of everything that we have been able to see so far over the Seine-Saint-Denis. the Swagger condenses at a discharge electro-pop the ardour of a youth all-conquering, swells with hope, and the blues in the ghetto.

If this movie moves as if it has aroused, already, such enthusiasm, it is because its object is not so much the suburbs as the subjectivity of its characters, great personalities in which he exalts the feelings, the desire, the imagination. Stories of being uprooted, children are propelled too early into adulthood, revolve in it with an unconditional love of the rock, the other with a burning desire to become an architect. From these singular experiences, none of which overlap, Swagger invites us to reconfigure everything we thought to know about the suburbs. the Isabelle Regnier

” Swagger “, French documentary by Olivier Babinet (1: 24).

ANNOUNCEMENT from NICOLE : “The Small Tenant”

All happy families are not alike. First, it can do extraordinary things, such as an unwanted pregnancy on the stroke of the fifties. Then, how to deal with adversity can come out of the lot. This is what the Payan in The Small Tenant, the first feature-length film Nadège Loiseau, comedy whose vitality makes them happily pass the awkwardness.

Nicole (Karine Viard) is the matriarch of a clan whose four generations live together under the roof of a pavilion at the foot of a mountain. His mother (Hélène Vincent) weakens gently. Arielle, her eldest daughter (Manon Kneusé) raises his own daughter Zoe (Stella Fenouillet). The only man of the household, Jean-Pierre (Philippe Rebbot), husband of Nicole, father of Arielle, is unemployed for a long time.

Nadège Loiseau is concerned before all of his characters with care and lucidity. Its actors (and this is annoying, this rule of the masculine in the plural, because – as endearing as is the character of Philippe Rebbot – especially Karine Viard, Hélène Vincent, and the amazing Manon Kneusé that carry the film), accompanied with enthusiasm the director in its back-and-forth between slapstick and family therapy. Despite some jolts, The Small Tenant flows very naturally, very cheerfully. Thomas Sotinel

” The Small Tenant “, French movie from Nadège Loiseau with Karin Viard, Hélène Vincent, Manon Kneusé, Philippe Rebbot (1: 39).

A JUMP TO FREEDOM : “Polina, dance your life “

The graphic novel by Bastien Vivès, bestseller in 2011, Angelin Preljocaj and Valerie Müller have kept the title and the weft : the years of training of a ballerina who decides, while she is on the verge of becoming a dancer, taking the tangent to join the free world of contemporary dance.

The rest belongs to them. Built as a succession of paintings, which see the filer, the young Polina towards his destiny, the film invents a language that goes through the body and dance, reconnecting with the great tradition of the musical style in which the story is supported by the dance. At the same time, the film fits into a realistic context, Russia native Polina up in the streets of Antwerp, where she found his way. The choreographer and the director were hybridized dance and film, at the risk of the impurity, but with this conviction that the movement expresses life in its essence. I. A.

” Polina, dance your life “, French film Angelin Preljocaj and Valerie Müller with Anastasia Shevtsova, Niels Schneider, Juliette Binoche (1: 48).


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