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Cannes Review - Valley of Love

Isabelle (Isabelle Huppert) and Gerard (Gerard Depardieu) meet in the sweltering hot Death Valley. The couple were once married, and their son Michael has sent them letters detailing his suicide, and his plans to return. 380 more words

Cinema Review

Cannes Film Review: 'Valley of Love'

If there’s a certain momentousness to the onscreen reunion of Isabelle Huppert and Gerard Depardieu — 35 years after Maurice Pialat’s “Loulou” — everything else in Guillaume Nicloux’s cryptic curio “Valley of Love” works strenuously against any mounting sense of consequence. 853 more words

Markets & Festivals

Cannes Film Review: 'Louder Than Bombs'

In the 35 years since “Ordinary People,” American cinema has told and retold stories of how a death in the family can reveal the dysfunction no one wanted to admit was there. 1,144 more words


Cannes: Paul Verhoeven Sees 'Elle' as Nuanced Thriller (EXCLUSIVE)

Having produced films by Roman Polanski (“Carnage”) and Brian De Palma (“Passion”) and co-produced David Cronenberg’s “Map to the Stars”), Said Ben Said’s Paris-based SBS Prods. 266 more words


Work for the upcoming movie "Louder Than Bombs"

I am proud to say I’ve contributed some music for the upcoming american movie “Louder Than Bombs” – directed by my good friend Joachim Trier. 107 more words

Review - The Nun

The Nun is based upon a classic French novel by Diderot, which has also inspired a classic film by Jacques Rivette. Having not been familiar with either rendition of the tale prior I cannot comment on its faithfulness of it or its lack thereof, but I was fairly riveted throughout much of this film. 685 more words


Cannes Completes 2015 Official Selection Lineup

Michel Franco’s “Chronic” and Guillaume Nicloux’s “Valley of Love” will get a shot at the Palme d’Or, Gaspar Noe’s “Love” will receive a midnight screening, and Naomi Kawase’s “Sweet Red Bean Paste” is set to open Un Certain Regard at the upcoming Cannes Film Festival, it was announced on Thursday. 489 more words