The titular central character never really comes into focus in Yolande Moreau's straightforward but uninvolving solo-directing debut.
"We Are What We Are," "Magic Magic" and a Jodorowsky double bill are set to unspool in the Cannes sidebar.
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French troublemakers Benoit Delepine and Gustave de Kervern concoct yet another portrait of bizarre behavior in this virtually unexportable oddity.
It can't be easy to find the right roles for Yolande Moreau, whose brutishly unladylike features often appear in sharp contrast with the soft-spoken dignity of her characters.
A contempo Western-horror-black comedy rolled into one.
Unsatisfying if occasionally amusing hybrid attempt by the helmers to maintain their offbeat humor.
Both evocative and faithful in its depiction of the famed French singer's lascivious life.
"Seraphine," a modestly budgeted biopic of Gallic painter Seraphine de Senlis, took top honors at France's 34th Cesar Awards Friday, taking seven nods including film, original screenplay and actress…
A naive, between-the-wars French painter is brought to vivid life in the satisfying fact-inspired drama "Seraphine."