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Après Vous

One simple act of kindness and the hilarious complications that follow form the heart-stone of Pierre Salvadori’s romantic-comedy, one that rolls out bad luck and angst-ridden romance with gags and some very pretty flower arrangements. 423 mots de plus

French Cinema

Vincent Garenq on ‘Kalinka,’ And (Not) Directing Daniel Auteuil

PARIS – In “Kalinka,” André Bamberski waves his 14-year-old daughter off at the airport. She is going to spend the summer in Germany with her mom and stepfather, a caring and uber-romantic doctor, Daniel Krombach. 942 mots de plus


Une ribambelle

As I mentioned in a previous post, I spent many hours over my winter break making a table runner, which involved hand-sewing yards and yards of gimp. 393 mots de plus


Caché (2005): A Profound And Unsettling Film

We should be mindful of the things we do to other people.  Cruelties and lies often come back to be repaid in kind.  From bad deeds follow alienation, isolation, and emotional distance. 972 mots de plus


Ten Years Ago: Cache

Merry Christmas, here’s some Haneke. Yasi Naraghi reinvigorates her love of Michael Haneke films in her re-view of the surveillance drama Caché, with an eye to its colonial frameworks and terrifying banality. 2 478 mots de plus


Review: Caché (2005)

It is often what you don’t see in a horror film that is the most frightening. Alfred Hitchcock’s subversive thrillers proved time and time again that “there is no terror in the bang, only in the anticipation of it.” A sinister pupil of this cinematic school of thought, Michael Haneke—director of… 494 mots de plus


Post # 300 Uncle Bardie's Movie of the Week: A two-fer

Once a week on Monday, Uncle Bardie shares a movie with his Readers he gives a big two thumbs up. It will simply be a short excerpt or a trailer. 613 mots de plus

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