Blue is the warmest color – 2013 by Abdel Kechiche – Palme d’Or at Cannes in 2013.
Adele goes out with boys but is intrigued by this girl with blue hair, confident and authoritarian. The intense love story between two young people from opposing social backgrounds also tells the story of a young woman’s construction. In front of our eyes, facing the camera, Adele from 15 to 25 years old, looks for herself, gets lost, and between love and tears, weaves her personality.
The price of success – 2017 by Teddy Lussi-Modeste
A young actor from the suburbs of Paris reaches the success in a dazzling way. Trying to balance personal life and career, he learns at his expense and within his own family, the price of such status.
This is a film about the duality of families when one of its members reaches fame. Featuring Tahar Rahim, Roschdy Zem and Maiwenn.
Sorry angel – 2018 by Christophe Honoré
A young student meets a writer with AIDS and father of a young boy. The attraction is immediate but time is short. Worn by a bunch of impeccable actors, a sensitive film about love and loss, youth and its decline and especially the courage to love in the moment.
Personal shopper – 2016 by Olivier Assayas
Second winning collaboration of Olivier Assayas and Kristen Steward in this haunted movie. A young woman is hired as a personal shopper for a celebrity but her real quest is her twin brother, who is supposed to send her a message from beyond. She walks around, circumscribing strange details that modify her perception of herself. Kristen Stewart is almost alone on stage and excels at this ethereal game.
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Goodbye first love – 2011 by Mia Hansen Love
Inspired by her own life, Mia Hansen Love tells us about Camille’s first great love story, which resonates like a swan song.
Unable to imagine her life in other ways than through the lives of the one she loves, her life flows deceptively quiet. The narrator films the pain, Camille in new Ophelie, whose existence (she becomes an architect) seems perpetually a work in progress. A must
Merci Isabella Demeulenaere