In times of scarcity, French cinema is still in power with three French releases that we are talking about this week: Eléonore, Les Apparences and Boutchou. We’ll also talk to you about British social cinema, an area they have mastered perfectly.
Eléonore is a film by Hamzawi. Amro directed and his sister Nora in the lead role. His fans can find everything they like in his sketches or in his chronicles in Daily.
The British are here with ROCKS, a social drama in which Rocks, a young teenager, has to take care of her younger brother after her mother left her alone for too long. English social cinema is not what Ken Loach and ROCKS brilliantly show us.
Marc Fitoussi is back to tell us about this couple who are obviously deceiving by their LOOKS and each manipulating the other as they please. However, the consequences can be very serious.
BOUTCHOU are two couples of grandparents struggling to have the favor of their child and his / her spouse so that they can get close to their home and live there. All of this to have your grandson as close as possible. Everything we don’t like about French comedy.