Posts by Mathilde Dumazet

Bang Gang (A Modern Love Story)

By Mathilde Dumazet

Hot sex and cold moralising come together in this strange examination of how French teens spend their downtime.

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Race

By Mathilde Dumazet

Jesse Owens’ Olympic legacy is reduced to hand-wringing sentimentality in this mediocre Wiki biopic.

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Departure

By Mathilde Dumazet

Young male love comes to the fore in this moving coming-of-ager from first-time director Andrew Steggall.

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How to shoot a movie outside

By Mathilde Dumazet

Director Tom Geens offers an essential eight-point guide to filming in exterior locations.

Motley’s Law

By Mathilde Dumazet

This sensitive profile of a female lawyer working in Afghanistan is a real superhero movie.

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Why I love Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown

By Mathilde Dumazet

In anticipation of Pedro Almodóvar’s new film Julieta, revisit the Spanish director’s liberating 1988 gem.

Welcome to Me

By Mathilde Dumazet

Kristen Wiig becomes an self-starting chat show host in this satire of American egocentrism.

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Would you prefer to watch a movie at home the day of its release?

By Mathilde Dumazet

With the VOD revolution in full swing, do cinemas still offer the best all-round viewing experience?

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