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February 12, 2016 — It is one of the world’s greatest love stories.Cyrano de Bergerac has been thrilling audiences since the play was written in 1897 by Edmond Rostand. It tells the story of de Bergerac, a soldier, statesman, remarkable duelist, wit, musician and man of letters. He is also ugly, having been born (pre-plastic surgery), with an extremely large nose. His heart belongs to Roxanne, a rich and deeply intellectual heiress, but he assumes that his ugliness would prevent […]
February 12, 2016 — As we close in on Valentine’s Day, it is time to watch some really, really romantic movies. One of the best-received independent features of the past few years is the charming love story Hank and Asha.It concerns two young people who develop a relationship through video chatting. Hank is an outgoing, romantic filmmaker who lives in New York; Asha is a lovely young Indian girl studying in Prague. As their “correspondence” lengthens — and deepens — they seriously consider […]
February 11, 2016 — Romance was in the air, but so was war.For Valentine’s Day weekend: Villa des Roses tells a story of consuming heartache. Louise Créteur (Julie Delpy, An American Werewolf in Paris), recently widowed, must leave her son behind and move to Paris in order to find work. She ends up as the chambermaid at a run-down hotel called Villa des Roses, just prior to the First World War, where a somewhat derelict group of inhabitants has taken up […]
February 11, 2016 — Ido Mizrahy‘s Gored is one of the best-received films of the year.The story of Antonio Barrera, the most-gored bullfighter in modern history, preparing for the last bullfight of his life is the subject of one of this year’s must-see documentaries. Despite having been impaled 23 times, suffering numerous broken bones and going through 17 operations, Barrera still has dreams of becoming an honored bullfighter. But now he can no longer place that stress on his family or his […]
February 10, 2016 — The idea for Lolo, Julie Delpy‘s latest film, came about after a conversation she had with Eugénie Grandval, her co-writer. The relationship between parents and children is at the heart of film.Her character, Violette, has a 21-year old son whom she is raising by herself.She described the story’s beginnings: “One day we were joking with my co-screenwriter Eugénie Grandval about the relationships that my six year-old son – my ‘little emperor’ – and I would have in […]
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