At the cinema – “Three thousand years waiting for you”, “Bullet Train”, “Nope”, “America Latina”…

with your reviews

  • Ariane Allard (Chat)
  • Xavier Leherpeur (7th Obsession)
  • Michael Cement (Positive)
  • Pierre Murat (Telerama)

“Three Thousand Years Waiting For You” by George Miller

In theaters August 24. Alithea Binnie (Tilda Swinton), a British professor of narratology, discovers an old bottle in Istanbul. Out comes a Djinn, who offers Alithea to grant three of her wishes. But what’s the use of making the slightest wish when you don’t even have the desire to love or be loved?

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Bullet Train by David Leitch

In Tokyo, Kimura (Andrew Koji) gets on the Shinkansen, the Japanese TGV, with a gun and a very precise target. But he is not the only armed one. On board are also henchmen of a gangster whose mission they are to bring back the son who has been kidnapped, and Ladybug (Brad Pitt), a contract killer who has bad luck and is responsible for recovering a mysterious suitcase. .

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Nope by Jordan Peele

In California, Otis James Haywood (Daniel Kaluuya) trains horses for the movies near a western amusement park. And he has only one idea in mind: to film the UFO that would have killed his father. At his side, his sister Emerald (Keke Palmer), their friend Ricky (Steven Yeun), a videographer (Brandon Perea) and a documentary filmmaker (Michael Wincott).

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“The Last Days in the Desert” by Rodrigo Garcia

After 40 days of fasting in the desert, Yeshua (Ewan McGregor), tries to solve the problems of a family of shepherds including a stern father, a teenage son who dreams of leaving, and a dying mother.

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“Old stoves, 2. Good for asylum” by Christophe Duthuron

Based on the comic by Wilfrid Lupano and Paul Cauuet. Pierrot (Pierre Richard) hides six migrants in Paris whom he takes to the South-West to Antoine’s (Bernard le Coq) where he finds Emile (Eddy Mitchell). In the village, the three Old Furnaces are going to be promoted to unexpected consultants for an electoral campaign.

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“Continental Drift (to the South)” by Lionel Baier

In theaters August 24. Nathalie Adler (Isabelle Carré), who works for the European Union, is in charge of organizing the next visit of President Macron and Chancellor Angela Merkel to a migrant camp in Sicily. Then comes Albert (Théodore Pellerin), the son that Nathalie abandoned and who is an activist in an NGO.

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Latin America by Damiano and Fabio D’Innocenzo

Massimo Sisti is a dentist. He has everything he could dream of: a sublime villa and a loving family. But an event will change his life forever.

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Advice from your critics

  • Ariane Allard: little daisies, by Vera Chytilova.
  • Michel Ciment: 2 DVDs by Marco Bolognini, The Beautiful Antonio, and The Viaccia (Lobster).
  • Xavier Leherpeur: The Veronica, by Leonardo Medell.
  • Pierre Murat: The treasure chest, Jean Vigo, Sacha Guitry, Jacqueline Audry, Yves Robert, Michel Audiard, Pierre Kast, Edouard Molinaro, Jean-Paul Rappeneau (Gaumont).

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