posted by CineMuseFilms
the nearest thing to cinematic art in years
a pulse-racing portrait of domestic terrorism
A vaudeville-circus style romp across Paris
an emotionally rich tale about two very different women
the funny-sad story of France’s first black circus entertainer
An exquisitely filmed essay on guilt, lies and loss in the between-wars era
A warm-hearted romantic drama set in a beautiful French village
Post-divorce trauma has great cinematic potential but it goes nowhere in this story.
A grindingly slow and excruciatingly realistic story that compels us to witness the indignity and ordinariness of life for those who struggle through harsh economic times
An operatic performance of pride’s folly.
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