A nicely played story of a man who discovers the father he never met had another family, told with warmth and a depth that wasn't so apparent from the beginning.
An attack on French movie stars' exorbitant pay in a newspaper article by Wild Bunch's Vincent Maraval has whipped up a storm in the Gallic film biz.
Pic follows a femme magistrate diagnosed with cancer who positions a single mom to fill her shoes at home while concurrently fighting shyster credit companies in the courts.
A look at French cinema at the Venice Film Festival
The Venice Film Festival's independently run Venice Days section has unveiled a strong mix of name auteurs and promising newcomers in its lineup of 12 titles, 10 of which are world preems.
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A young Iraqi Kurd stranded in France needs to get across the English Channel in "Welcome."
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