""France" chronicles the frenetic life of a famous TV star and journalist who becomes caught in the trappings of celebrity and subsequently overcome by a spiral of events which ultimately lead to her downfall. Determined to leave her tragic identity behind her, she redeems herself through hard work and finds her way back to her former life; though this time she’s equipped with a sense of irony and ridicule."
Cannes regular Bruno Dumont returns with the latest addition to an impressive oeuvre of challenging transgressive films. It would be a mistake to underestimate the power of Dumont's haunting Cinema of provocation, for here is an auteur who writes his films as novels before making them into movies. Intellectual rigor comes with the territory. Get your thinking caps on.
Spike Lee © Jason Bell/Netflix - Jessica Hausner © DR - Kleber Mendonça Filho © Victor Jucá - Mati Diop © Lucas Charrier - Mylène Farmer © Marcel Hartmann - Song Kang-ho © DR- Mélanie Laurent © Marcel Hartmann - Maggie Gyllenhaal © Gareth Cattermole - Tahar Rahim © James Weston
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