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“Saint Laurent”, the monster you live with

  If only by considering its canonizing title, Saint Laurent, Bertrand Bonello’s new film establishes a connection with the name of its main character which gets declined in several configurations, to the point where it squarely becomes a plot point.  

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“The Blue Room” (2014): Discover the trailer of Mathieu Almaric’s film

Adapted from an eponymous mystery novel by George Simenon published in 1964, The Blue Room (La Chambre bleue) is the fifth feature film by Mathieu Almaric. Shot with a small budget and a small team, the film is selected this year in the “Un Certain Regard” section at Cannes Film Festival.

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Fish Tank (2009) by Andrea Arnold

Fish Tank is the story of Mia (Katie Jarvis), a volatile 15-year-old, who is always in trouble and who has become excluded from school and ostracized by her friends. One hot summer´s day her mother (Kierston Wareing) brings home a mysterious stranger called Connor (Michael Fassbender) who promises to change everything and bring love into all their lives.

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